Secure Remote Access

For the new way work gets done

Risk and operational challenges demand a VPN replacement



Network-centric:

VPN IP-based rules lack identity and context


Open ports:

VPN internet-facing attack surface is under assault


Centralized:

VPN architectures are a single point-of-entry lacking agility and scalability


Siloed and static:

VPN solves for remote users only and lacks integration


VPN switching:

VPNs deliver unreliable, poor user experience

“VPNs are antiquated and they need to go away. They are vulnerability aggregators and are a prime target for exploitation.”


Dr. Chase Cunningham, Dr. Zero Trust

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Deliver Secure Remote Access to Anything from Anywhere by Anyone


When it comes to VPN alternatives, ZTNA offers major benefits. But replacing legacy tech doesn’t happen overnight. Many start with secure remote access as a logical first use case. This eBook examines how to cut business risk and speed agility by moving to robust ZTNA as a VPN alternative.



5 Steps for Successful VPN to ZTNA Migration

Strengthen security without disruption




THE BENEFITS OF ZTNA FOR SECURE REMOTE ACCESS



Identity-centric:


ZTNA builds intricate user profiles based on identity, contextual risk


Cloaked infrastructure:

ZTNA uses single packet authorization to hide ports, making everything invisible


Software-defined:


Decentralized ZTNA architecture works across all hybrid workloads, scales via API integrations


Flexible and dynamic:

ZTNA flexible architecture unifies, secures access for all users, devices, workloads – not just remote access


Concurrent connections:

Using mTLS, ZTNA delivers multiple, simultaneous direct connections for improved experience



Why Appgate SDP

Strengthen and simplify access controls for all users, devices and workloads regardless of location with the industry's most comprehensive Zero Trust Network Access solution.

EXPLORE APPGATE SDP


“At first, we considered replacing the existing VPN with a new one. But due to cost and our unique need to connect to our parent company's networkas well as the desire to dynamically control access to internal resources that weren't particularly secure we decided a VPN would not meet our requirements, so we looked for a different solution.

—Noritaka Namiki, ONE COMPATH

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