Zero Trust Network Access for Beginners

According to Gartner, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a product or service that creates an identity- and context-based, logical access boundary around an application or set of applications.

ZTNA is the successor to Virtual Private Networking (VPN). However, unlike VPN, ZTNA was designed with modern computing in mind by incorporating an identity-centric security model with risk-aware policy management and application-specific micro tunnels. These limit access to resources users are authorized to use — all baked into a cloud-based infrastructure that both simplifies management, scales at the click of a mouse, and requires no hardware to maintain.

Dive into this eBook for basics on:
- How ZTNA works
- What security features are built-in
- Why you need to reconsider your network authentication and security approach

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