7 Strategies for Planning your Successful VPN Replacement - EMEA

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Steve Riley Field CTO, Netskope, Tsailing Merrem Product Marketing Director, Netskope

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As legacy remote access VPNs have proven inadequate and inefficient for traditional modern hybrid and remote workforces, the time is now for your organization to start on a VPN replacement journey. To modernize your networking infrastructure and successfully replace legacy remote access VPNs, ZTNA projects have been found most successful. When utilizing ZTNA, it’s important that your organization also embraces a zero trust strategy and has a plan in place before embarking on your VPN replacement journey. This webinar will show you how to do just that. Join Netskope Field CTO, Steve Riley, and Product Marketing Director, Tsailing Merrem, as they help you prepare to successfully replace your legacy remote access VPN. Join Steve and Tsailing as they discuss: - How legacy remote access infrastructure is ill fitted for modern remote and hybrid work - Achieving consensus on the strategy, roadmap, and implementation plan that works for your organization - Setting the stage for early success, including pitfalls to avoid, best practices, and success stories
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