Zero Trust Network Access VIP guest list for securely accessing work resources.

Never trust. Always Verify.

No trust. And no access without the proper credentials and authorization.

Grant app-specific access only to devices and users that meet requirements. All others are denied – by default.

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) restricts access to corporate resources by default and ensures:

  • Devices only access resources after successful user authentication and verification that the device is free from threats

  • Data independent from devices or authentication credentials is secured

  • Each unique app, service and data request requires verification before it grants access

Better security than legacy VPN...

...without the drawbacks.

Remote security with Jamf aligns with Apple security and privacy frameworks and offers:

  • Secure remote access purpose-built for Apple and encryption of all work traffic from prying eyes

  • Protection from risky devices with automatic access revocation to company resources

  • Microtunnels that protect resources, upholding the principle of least privilege

E-book

Zero Trust Network Access for Beginners

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) for Beginners is your guide to assessing your authentication approach, adapting to future needs and prioritizing your organization and users.

E-book

Putting Trust in Zero Trust: Switching to a more modern security approach

Enter Zero Trust, a model for more effective security with an identity-centric approach. This E-book will walk you through Zero Trust's three guiding principles toward achieving true Zero Trust.

Context-aware access policies.

Using Jamf for compliance delivers:

  • Policies that allow or deny access based on requirement attestation

  • Granular configuration or requirements for authorizing enrolled devices

  • Always-on, low-latency secure connections enforce end-user privacy

  • Uniform policy enforcement across data centers, clouds and SaaS apps

E-book

An Advanced Guide to Identity Management and Security

Learn how identity management goes well beyond authentication and authorization as organizations look to leverage user identities as a path to reaching their zero-trust security goals.

E-book

Mobile Threat Defense for Beginners

Apple builds one of the strongest out-of-the-box secure platforms on the market, and as Apple devices and fleets increase within enterprises and organizations so do threats that target Apple devices and operating sytems. Arm yourself with Jamf Threat Defense.

Manage risk, not infrastructure.

Using Jamf for remote access delivers:

  • Real-time assessment of risk data that evaluates device health and ensures compromised endpoints are not accessing sensitive information

  • Cloud-based infrastructure integration without complex hardware or software to manage or expensive support contracts

  • Intelligent split-tunneling technology that preserves privacy while ensuring business connections are secure

  • Seamless reconnections after disruptions while maximizing battery and performance