"Interest in Zero Trust has exploded recently, partly due to its catchy name and seemingly broad usage throughout the cyber security industry. But, there is also another more compelling reason for the rise in interest in Zero Trust – we really need it.
Many tell us they are struggling to get a handle on the risks associated with hybrid work and direct-to-app connectivity. The new reality is that our attack surfaces have expanded dramatically while cyberattacks continue to grow in volume and sophistication. The whack-a-mole approach of deploying a new tool for every type of application or threat makes security management and enforcement way too complex.
Today, work is no longer a place we go, but an activity we perform. At the height of the pandemic, many businesses focused on trying to scale their VPN infrastructure. When that didn’t work, they quickly pivoted to the ZTNA 1.0 solution, only to discover it didn’t live up to their expectations. ZTNA 2.0 is the necessary paradigm shift to overcome the existing limitations of ZTNA 1.0, and it is the right architecture to support your organization in the long term.”