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January 23, 2023 by Hannah Hamilton

Zero Trust Network Architecture best practices

What Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and how do you implement it? Stay tuned for an upcoming e-book for ZTNA best practices.

The evolving and complex landscape of cybersecurity demands that we never trust, always verify when it comes to guarding our company resources. Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) keeps your data under lock and key by granting approved users and devices access to resources they need—not your entire network.

A central pillar of ZTNA is the principle of least privilege. Users should only be able to access exactly what they need, nothing more. To achieve this, user identity needs to be established and resources need to be carefully provisioned. Beyond this, ZTNA has specific demands about the identity and authorization users and devices have when trying to access company resources.

With ZTNA architecture, device and user identity is rigorously verified—users must provide successful credentials to their cloud identity provider while devices must be associated with the user and enrolled in your device management solution. Devices also must be up to date and in compliance with your security policies.

Implementing ZTNA can be complicated—Jamf can help. Stay tuned for our e-book about ZTNA best practices.

We're here to help you get started with ZTNA.

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Hannah Hamilton
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Hannah is a copywriter at Jamf with a focus on security.
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