Evaluating ZTNA Solutions?

Evaluating Zero Trust Network Access Solutions can take a lot of time. Banyan Security has brought together the essential items that will help you find the best product to meet your needs.

The CIO’s Guide to Replacing Legacy VPNs

VPNs are part of the IT fabric in just about every organization. Undoubtedly, this fabric has changed dramatically over time as companies began to wear their technological “garments” in different ways.

One such IT garment is the Virtual Private Network (VPN). With origins dating as far back as 1996, companies started using VPNs to connect users to corporate networks.

So why are we still struggling with legacy VPN technologies and how can we move toward a world of modern ‘work from anywhere’ access? That’s what we explore in this guide.

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Analyst Report: GigaOm Radar for Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Gain an understanding of the market’s leading ZTNA solutions through insights provided by GigaOm analysts in this just-released report. Included in the report:

  • Key Criteria Comparison
  • GigaOm Radar
  • Vendor Insights
  • Analyst’s Take

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Evaluation Checklist

Infrastructures grow ever more complex, with applications spread across on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments.

The remote access strategy that most companies have in place can’t keep up with these realities. A scalable and comprehensive approach to secure remote access is required. Zero Trust Network Access should be evaluated as part of this new strategy.

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