Take a zero-trust approach to network access

Zero-Trust Network Access (ZTNA) uses the principle of least privilege that automatically defaults to the lowest level of access. In other words, when someone tries to access the business network, ZTNA will first verify their identity and apply permissions based on predefined rules created by the organization. In simple terms, users only have access to the applications or systems that are necessary to perform their roles. This ensures that unauthorized users aren’t obtaining sensitive information that could compromise your company’s network security.