State of Remote Access Security: The Rise of Zero Trust Network Access

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Ben Corll, CISO, Zscaler

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How can successful organizations prepare for a possible recession? Most look for ways to reduce costs. Despite inflation and uncertainty, however, organizations aren't slowing their spend on security. Surprising? Maybe not. Savvy executives now see remote work as a cost-savings opportunity, and they're taking advantage of emerging technologies that secure work-from-home environments and boost their bottom lines. Organizations are leaning into zero trust network access (ZTNA) to protect in-office and remote workers alike, phasing out their reliance on expensive VPNs. In fact, Gartner predicts that at least 70% of new remote access deployments will rely on ZTNA rather than VPN by 2025. Join us as we look at practical ways to keep your organization safe and productive as you weather a downturn, including how you can: • Reduce costs by consolidating vendor relationships • Spend less time managing complicated firewalls and VPNs • Improve productivity and provide the best user experience possible • Minimize the attack surface created by digital transformation and hybrid work
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