22 Apr

Acronym of the week explained ZTNA - Zero Trust Network

 Access Zero trust network access (ZTNA), or software-defined perimeter (SDP), is the technology behind the Zero Trust approach to network security. Zero Trust implies that trust is never implicit, and access is granted based on strict authentication and verification protocols. 

ZTNA does offer remote users a seamless and secure access to private applications without ever placing the application on the network or exposing them directly to the internet.