ZTNA + ZTS: Delivering End-to-End Zero Trust

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John Skinner, Justin Yentile, and Tony Zirnoon

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Organizations are rapidly adopting a Zero Trust security mindset to combat growing cyberthreats and support scattered workforces and interconnected workloads everywhere. Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Zero Trust Segmentation (ZTS) are essential pillars of any Zero Trust architecture. Together, they help reduce attack surfaces, contain breaches, and better secure user access to critical applications. Appgate and Illumio have partnered to deliver the industry’s first integrated ZTNA + ZTS solution, allowing organizations to confidently support work from anywhere by maintaining least-privilege access between users and applications workloads. Join our webinar where Illumio and Appgate experts will demonstrate how ZTNA + ZTS works and discuss: - The security challenges of enabling access from anywhere - How a Zero Trust architecture addresses these problems - Why Zero Trust Network Access and Zero Trust Segmentation are foundational to implementing a Zero Trust Architecture Appgate and Illumio in Summary - Named Leaders in 2021 Forrester New Wave reports: Appgate for ZTNA and Illumio for Microsegmentation. - Defend both your interior and perimeter networks with least-privilege access. - Dynamically keep security policies up to date across hybrid IT environments.

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Illumio, the Zero Trust Segmentation company, prevents breaches from spreading and turning into cyber disasters. Illumio protects critical applications and valuable digital assets with proven segmentation technology purpose-built for the Zero Trust security model. Illumio ransomware mitigation and segmentation solutions see risk, isolate attacks, and secure data across cloud-native apps, hybrid and multi-clouds, data centers, and endpoints, enabling the world’s leading organizations to strengthen their cyber resiliency and reduce risk.