Zero Trust Network Access

Everything You Need to Know

Implementing a Zero Trust model is not a “one and done” project.

It is an ongoing journey toward strong, adaptive and risk-based access controls embedded into the fabric of distributed, agile, and hybrid IT.

Find out how to implement Zero Trust security in our 18-page eBook.

Zero Trust models hinge on securing network access

Zero Trust Network Access Secures:


Benefits of Zero Trust Security:

strengthen security

Appgate SDP makes resources invisible until trust is established using dynamic policies, based on user identity and device posture. Network and application access is segmented and conditional, minimizing the risk of lateral movement.

reduce complexity

Appgate SDP unifies access with a single policy engine for all users, devices, networks and heterogenous environments. Access can be automated and dynamically scale by deploying security-as-code.

improve experience

Appgate SDP improves end user experience by removing VPN switching and improving connections with concurrent access to trusted resources. Enterprise-grade throughput and minimal latency keeps productivity high and user frustration low.

streamline automation

Appgate SDP weaves into the fabric of your business systems with bi-directional APIs allowing policies and access to be automated. Common integrations include, but are not limited to, EUBA, NAV, AV, EDR, EPP, IAM, IdP, SSO, MFA, LDAP, SAML, RADIUS, ITSM, BSS, SIEM, etc.