Why SDP Replaces Remote Access VPN

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Dan Shelton, Director of Product Management, Zscaler Inc

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Software-defined perimeter security represents the future for remote access The software defined perimeter (SDP) is a new approach to securing access to internal applications. It relies on software, not VPN hardware appliances, to deliver zero trust access for remote users. This method allows enterprises to use a single solution to standardize remote access security for all users (employees of third party) and platforms, scale them more economically while reducing the potential attack surface.Now users can receive a cloud-like user experience, and admins remain in control of their environment. Please join Zscaler Director of Product Management (and former customer), Dan Shelton as he discusses the software-defined perimeter as a replacement for remote access VPN. You’ll learn how you can: Standardize security across all platforms (cloud & datacenter) Provide granular application access, without network access Use software to reduce appliance footprint Deliver a world-class remote user experience

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