While ZTNA has obvious advantages, there are still organizations that may be thinking “if it ain’t broke, why fix it” when it comes to their remote access needs. Here’s a quick take on why upgrading to Zentry Trusted Access (ZTA) makes sense.
Easy to deploy
No need to order, rack, power, cool, and maintain physical hardware. All of that is taking more time and costing more money. ZTA is cloud-based and most of the solution hosted by Zentry Security. All your organization needs to do is deploy a lightweight connector and the solution is up and running.
Quickly enable productivity
ZTA was designed and created to enable productivity quickly. Go from tenant creation to first end user log in, in under an hour. This isn’t a full-blown project, but something that can get down while you enjoy a sandwich at your desk.
More secure than legacy VPN
If your VPN client has a patch for Y2K, it’s legacy! Saying “It just works” may mean everyone has access to everything. With ZTA, a more secure option is available. No full, network access and way more granular control over who can access what.
Clientless / agentless
VPNs require a client. That’s software that you need to install, maintain, and troubleshoot. You need to make sure that it runs across various operating systems and various versions of each. With ZTA, all you need is a browser, and the good news is that almost every device already has one. Did we mention ZTA is easy and quick to deploy?
Automated anomaly detection
Trusting a user just based on a set of credentials may not be enough. While enabling security features like multi-factor authentication (MFA) helps ensure you really know who is on your system, you’ll be more secure by knowing what they are doing. ZTA is behavior-aware and it automatically let’s your admin detect bad behavior without having to keep an eye on the logs.
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