Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) deployment considerations

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Published: 4th May 2022

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4th May 2022

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) deployment considerations

If you have heard about Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), either as a replacement for VPN, or as it is sometimes referred – the first step towards a Zero Trust Security Architecture, you may like to know we hosted an event at the Houses of Parliament last week that gave an overview to the Zero Trust approach to security and the various levels of Zero Trust maturity.

We then covered some practical examples of how to approach Zero Trust adoption and the deployment considerations required. These examples included:

  • A user-based approach – providing secure remote access for staff and contractors without the risks associated with VPN
  • Branch office access – quickly upgrading a site to ZTNA – maybe for opening a new office or a merger/acquisition
  • Securing a critical app or service – replacing implicit trust with contextual access to ensure correct app access control

These are just a few of the many different scenarios where ZTNA provides the secure means to address today’s challenges with secure access to networks, data, and applications.

And upgrading to ZTNA need not be a complex or long-winded process and it is often the first step taken towards a Zero Trust Security Architecture due to the ease of adoption and friendly user-experience.

Whether you want to configure and manage a ZTNA platform yourself or outsource to a Managed Security Provider, we can provide a flexible solution or service designed to deliver your needs.

Contact us today to discuss your needs or hear more about planning and implementing your route to Zero Trust Security.