The ZTNA Collection
Welcome to the ZTNA Collection, a curated list of the top favorite Zero Trust Network Access assets. Enjoy the array of glossary pages, blogs, videos, and whitepapers all specific to ZTNA thought leadership.
What is Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)?
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Created in April of 2019 by Gartner, the term Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) represents a set of new technologies designed for secure access to private applications. Also referred to as Software-defined perimeter (SDP), Gartner expects that by 2023, 60% of organizations will even replace their VPN with ZTNA service… Continue reading
10 things to ask the ZTNA vendor on your next discovery call that you probably never knew to ask
The term “ZTNA,” zero trust network access, has been around for years – first bursting onto the scene in 2017 when Gartner dropped the term in their ZTNA Market Guide. This solution quickly became the starting point for most zero trust projects in the industry since it helped solve a relatively simple, but critical problem – finding more secure ways of providing remote access to internal applications. Unlike VPNs, the promise of ZTNA was to minimize the exposure of apps, keep remote users off the corporate network, and provide application-level segmentation instead of traditional network segmentation… Continue reading
The Definitive Guide to ZTNA Adoption
IT leaders are searching for a modern access solution that provides the business with connectivity that is seamless for users and simple for IT. Gartner says this modern access solution is Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and we agree… Continue reading
Atmos ZTNA in less than 3 Minutes
Short for “Atmosphere,” Atmos uses 350 edge locations to elegantly connect users, and servers, to the business resources needed for work. The platform artfully integrates Atmos ZTNA, Atmos web Gateway, Atmos CASB, Atmos Experience, into one, cloud-native security service edge (SSE) platform. Take a deeper look into Atmos ZTNA and how it’s revolutionized secure access to private applications for the modern workplace… Watch video
6 questions IT leaders are asking about ZTNA
Given the need to support hybrid work, Gartner heavily recommends that IT leaders consider a Security Service Edge (SSE) platform for the practical implementation of a zero trust strategy. An SSE platform largely incorporates these main technologies into a single offering: ZTNA, SWG, and CASB. Gartner recommends that SSE implementation should begin by prioritizing high areas of risk by replacing remote access VPN with a modern ZTNA solution. In fact, Gartner predicts that by 2023, 60% of enterprises will phase out VPN technologies in favor of ZTNA… Continue reading