What is a Zero Trust Network

Sarting with the FortiOS 7.0 release, ZTNA capabilities are enabled on any device or service running FortiOS. This includes hardware appliances, virtual machines in clouds, or even the FortiSASE service. A FortiGate next-generation firewall and the FortiClient ZTNA agent are all that’s needed for your organization to enable more secure access and a better experience for your remote users, whether on or off the network. These benefits are compelling many organizations to shift from VPN to ZTNA

Build a Secure Remote Connection Solution

Many organizations use virtual private networks (VPNs) that function like a tunnel back to the company network, but relying exclusively on a VPN has security risks. Even after the pandemic ends, CISOs are going to need a better strategy for supporting telework because it’s likely that many employees will continue to work remotely at least part of the time. Given the limitations of VPNs and the dynamic and distributed nature of today’s networks, it’s clear that a better solution is needed. Zero-trust network access (ZTNA) is the evolution of VPN remote access. It simplifies secure connectivity, providing seamless access to applications no matter where the user or the application may be located.

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Benefits of Zero

Fortinet can apply ZTNA to remote users, home offices, and other locations, such as retail stores, by offering controlled remote access to applications. It’s easier and faster to initiate than a traditional VPN. This gives users a better experience while providing a more granular set of security protections. It doesn’t matter if applications are in the data center, private cloud, or public cloud. Users and applications can be geographically independent and still create secure and reliable connections

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