ZTNA for Banking

While many are familiar with the advantages and challenges of VPN for remote user access, many are less familiar with Zero Trust network access (ZTNA). For those who don’t know, ZTNA is the next-generation VPN solution designed for high security and compliance organizations that require high productivity from remote staff.  Because of its security and

Secure a Remote Workforce by Killing the VPN

VPN served its purpose well, but Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is now transforming the definition of remote access solutions. When it was created, VPN was an answer to the IT architectures and business challenges of the time. Centralized data centers hosting enterprise applications needed to be used by employees when they were ‘off-site.’ These

Securing a Remote Workforce in Banking

Banks and credit unions have one of the toughest security jobs in the world. They must balance the needs of handling some of the most important data in the world (financial records and transactions) with the need to facilitate seamless access to this data for their customers and staff.  As the events of 2020 unfolded

Zero Trust Puts On Its CAEP

No one in the world of enterprise security is denying the super powers of Zero Trust. More secure, more flexible, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound…. Ok, I got wires crossed on that last one, but the point is that regardless of who you talk to, most everyone agrees that Zero Trust

The Catalyst to Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

The changes made to IT infrastructure this year were not something new or unexpected. Many of the changes were things that many were already planning to happen – just on a much longer time horizon. As workforces switched gears from gathering in offices to working at dining tables and home office desks, IT administrators were