Zero Trust Network Access Made Simple
Secure remote access offering Zen-like ease of use
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Mission-critical Application Access
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Zentry Trusted Access
Zentry Trusted Access provides streamlined zero trust access for small- to medium-sized enterprises. Organizations see gains in security posture and compliance, a reduced attack surface, and greater visibility into users and applications.
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Who We Serve
Zentry Trusted Access provides seamless and secure zero trust application access for small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of all kinds—from insurance companies to healthcare, transportation, financial services, education, gaming, utilities, R&D, consulting, retail organizations and more.
SMEs see marked improvement in security posture while streamlining secure remote access for employees, contractors and partners.
Why Zentry Security?
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Recent Press Release
Zentry Security announces the immediate availability of Zentry ClientAccess, an agent-based connectivity solution for zero trust network access (ZTNA). With ClientAccess, organizations can bring more resources than ever into a zero-trust framework and support a range of use cases that are essential in today’s remote work environment.
Zentry Trusted Access allows Chemence to grant secure remote access to employees, contractors, vendors, and other 3rd parties to securely interact with all of their internally secured assets. This enables them to quickly coordinate any modifications, greatly expediting the turn around times of the past.
From The Blog
Here at Zentry, we often get asked “What is a Software Defined Perimeter?” And that’s usually followed by “What’s the difference between SDP and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)?” The answer is somewhat subtle, but both are primarily concerned with protecting users and resources from an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape. SDP is an architecture that separates data transmission from data control. In doing so, it offers a significantly enhanced level of security over traditional networks. Resources and applications are hidden from unauthorized access and it is possible to deploy services on traditional networks that are assumed to be compromised. How Does An SDP Work?