According to analyst firm Gartner®, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) “starts with a default deny posture of zero trust. It grants access based on the identity of the humans and their devices — plus other attributes and context, such as time/date, geolocation, device posture, etc. — and adaptively offers the appropriate trust required at the time. The result is a more resilient environment, with improved flexibility and better monitoring.”
Read the 2022 Gartner® Market Guide for ZTNA to understand:
- ZTNA use cases
- Benefits and risks of ZTNA
- How ZTNA is a component of a Zero Trust strategy
- Representative vendors
- Market recommendations
Gartner, Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access, Aaron McQuaid, Neil MacDonald, John Watts, Shilpi Handa, 17 February 2022.
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