Closing-The-Loop on Zero Trust Network Access
Zero trust network access (ZTNA) is the foundation of modern security design. The principle of ZTNA is simple: Don’t trust anyone, and explicitly grant user access to limit the amount of exposure to sensitive systems and reduce the footprint of a data breach.
While powerful, zero trust network access security benefits are weakened as access rights grow and become stale. As employees change roles and leave an organization, sensitive applications are unnecessarily at risk if the ZTNA rules are not updated. Some organizations leverage various user access review processes for zero trust network access management, but often those processes are slow, laborious, and inaccurate.
Watch this webinar where we will discuss:
- Current best practices of ZTNA architecture and design
- Pitfalls of “access creep” and out-of-date user access rules
- Methods to optimize zero trust network access designs with efficient user access reviews