According to Gartner by 2022, 80% of new digital business applications opened up to ecosystem partners will be accessed through zero trust network access (ZTNA), and by 2023 60% of enterprises will phase out their remote access virtual private networks (VPN) in favor of ZTNA.
This new model uses a trust broker to mediate connections between a specific private application and an authorized user. It allows teams to begin with zero trust, but then provide connectivity based on context (identity, device etc.). Unlike VPNs, ZTNA technologies deliver a means of application access without network access, and the ability to mask applications from the open internet. Enterprises must now look to bake ZTNA into their security plans. This market guide offers considerations and recommendations for how and where to get started ZTNA.Read the guide