Cloud-Delivered Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
Secure your digital business using a ZTNA service that brokers connections between authorized users and specific apps no matter where they are.
Anytime, anywhere user access is a priority
Zero trust has been around for more than 10 years. But, as users work from anywhere, and apps move from inside the data center to outside the network perimeter, network and security teams have had to shift their focus. It’s no longer about securing a network. It’s about protecting users, devices, and business resources.
Instead of trusting an IP address, establish the identity of the user and device using an identity provider (IDP) first
Set Contextual Policies
Define access policies based on user, device posture, location, and apps, and rely on a cloud service to enforce them
Improve Visibility and Adapt
Use logs to determine which users are accessing which apps, and auto-adapt based on any changes in context
ZTNA as defined by Gartner
ZTNA provides controlled access to resources, reducing the surface area for attack. The isolation afforded by ZTNA improves connectivity, removing the need to directly expose applications to the internet. The internet becomes an untrusted transport and access to applications occurs through an intermediary. The intermediary can be a cloud service controlled by a third-party provider or a self-hosted service.
Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access
Steve Riley, Neil MacDonald, Lawrence Orans, June 2020
Cloud-delivered ZTNA from Zscaler
Zscaler has helped hundreds of the world’s largest companies adopt ZTNA. Our cloud-delivered ZTNA service has points of presence in dozens of locations and uses some of the most advanced technology integrations to provide millions of authorized users with fast, secure access to private apps. All without placing users on the network.