Enhancing Security With ZTNA in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Deployments

Today’s network infrastructure is rapidly changing with the adoption of hybrid and multi-cloud architectures to leverage the benefits of flexibility, scalability, and redundancy. These advantages come with their own set of challenges, particularly in securing access to resources and users spread across cloud environments. Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) ensures secure connectivity in diverse and complex infrastructures.

Understanding ZTNA in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments

The Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) marks a major shift from the traditional perimeter-based security which treats traffic as untrustworthy, irrespective of its source. Network segmentation is not the only reliable method of providing security. ZTNA checks every access request based on user identity, device security posture, and contextual factors before granting access to applications and data.

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