Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access

Gartner defines Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) as products and services that create an identity- and context-based, logical-access boundary encompassing a user and an application or set of applications. ZTNA augments traditional VPN technologies for application access, and removes the excessive trust once required to allow employees and partners to connect and collaborate.

Security and risk management leaders should pilot ZTNA projects as part of a SASE strategy or to rapidly expand remote access. Why?

This guide from Gartner explains key findings, security recommendations and market analysis on ZTNA.

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