3 ZTNA Myths
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3 ZTNA Myths

In technology, trying to explain complex technology in understandable ways isn’t easy, and sometimes efforts to make a topic more accessible leave out important details and misinformation ensues.

How Digital Experience Monitoring Can Help Optimize User-to-Application Performance
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How Digital Experience Monitoring Can Help Optimize User-to-Application Performance

No matter where users are located and how they connect to business applications, an excellent user-to-application experience is critical for maintaining and improving employee productivity and customer satisfaction.

How a Converged Networking and Security Solution Improves User Experience
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How a Converged Networking and Security Solution Improves User Experience

While networks continue to evolve at an unprecedented pace, having centralized visibility and consistent, end-to-end control across those expansive networks has never been more critical.

Implementing a Zero-Trust Strategy? Start with Universal ZTNA
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Implementing a Zero-Trust Strategy? Start with Universal ZTNA

Because legacy cybersecurity products weren’t designed for ever-expanding, perimeter-free environments, a new strategy is required. Enter zero trust.

Building Tomorrow’s Networks on an SD-WAN Foundation
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Building Tomorrow’s Networks on an SD-WAN Foundation

Secure SD-WAN everywhere enables remote management, enhanced application access, data encryption and inspection, and the secure distribution of information.

Embrace an Integrated Network Security Infrastructure
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Embrace an Integrated Network Security Infrastructure

An integrated network security architecture that prioritizes network automation capabilities can solve the persistent challenges of infrastructure complexity.

Optimize User and IT Experience by Adding AIOps and DEM to SD-WAN
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Optimize User and IT Experience by Adding AIOps and DEM to SD-WAN

Adding AIOps and DEM to SD-WAN creates a dynamic network capable of proactively identifying and addressing issues before users and systems are impacted.

Why NAC Should Be Integrated Into Every LAN
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Why NAC Should Be Integrated Into Every LAN

An embedded NAC solution supports and accelerates this convergence by simplifying day-to-day operations and making it easier to troubleshoot issues.

Combining SD-WAN and ZTNA is a No-brainer
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Combining SD-WAN and ZTNA is a No-brainer

When securing remote application access, most organizations see SD-WAN and ZTNA as separate solutions. A better approach is to use a Secure SD-WAN solution with native ZTNA functionality built in.

Is It Time to Switch to an SD-WAN Platform?
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Is It Time to Switch to an SD-WAN Platform?

SD-WAN is now a critical component of SASE, extending the same controlled access to essential resources that branch offices enjoy to today’s hybrid workforce.

Cloud-only ZTNA Isn't Enough
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Cloud-only ZTNA Isn't Enough

Remote office vulnerabilities have led to increased attacks as employees, vendors, partners, and guests move to different locations using an array of devices.

Today’s Wired and Wireless Networks Require a Zero Trust Approach
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Today’s Wired and Wireless Networks Require a Zero Trust Approach

In the same way that zero trust principles are being applied to how users access applications, organizations need to be able to provide the same zero trust principles to the non-user associated devices.

4 Key Reasons Universal ZTNA Makes Sense
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4 Key Reasons Universal ZTNA Makes Sense

Using ZTNA everywhere, aka Universal ZTNA, makes sense for many organizations for four key reasons.

Secure the Edge Without Compromising Productivity
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Secure the Edge Without Compromising Productivity

For people to work productively, security has to work seamlessly with connectivity to ensure fast, secure access to applications across rapidly changing connections.

Modern Networks Need Modern Security. So, Where Do You Start?
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Modern Networks Need Modern Security. So, Where Do You Start?

Starting with a foundation of convergence and consolidation, organizations can replace implicit trust with a zero-trust model that, rather than restricting traffic, actually enables organizations to develop the unique infrastructure...

All that Glitters is not Gold. Turning Zero Trust into Reality
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All that Glitters is not Gold. Turning Zero Trust into Reality

With the right firewall, you may be closer to turning your ZTNA initiatives into reality than you might think. And if you have one of the more than 6 million FortiGate NGFWs out there, ZTNA is free. All you have to do is turn it on.

The Need for Speed: As the Rate of Exploit Get Faster, How Do Organizations Keep Up?
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The Need for Speed: As the Rate of Exploit Get Faster, How Do Organizations Keep Up?

Few vulnerabilities in recent years have attracted as much attention or ignited as much concern across the industry as CVE-2021-44228 – or Log4Shell, as it became known – a critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability.

Adapt to Network Changes with Zero Trust
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Adapt to Network Changes with Zero Trust

Most enterprise networks are in a state of continuous evolution, driven by advances in technology, changes in business objectives, and a radical shift in where and how employees access the network.

Cloud or No Cloud, Hybrid IT is the Way for Today’s Enterprise
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Cloud or No Cloud, Hybrid IT is the Way for Today’s Enterprise

Cloud benefits are real, but contrary to what some vendors might like to believe, many applications aren't in the cloud.

Zero Trust Should Apply Everywhere
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Zero Trust Should Apply Everywhere

Zero-trust access (ZTA) operates on the assumption that threats both outside and inside the network are an ever-present reality and that potentially every user and device has already been compromised.

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