With legacy network solutions based on VPN, authenticated users used to gain access to everything on the same subnet. Only a password prevented unauthorized users from accessing a resource. Zero trust flipped that paradigm by allowing users to only “see” the specific applications and resources explicitly permitted by their company’s security policy. Where did zero trust come from and why should you care?
Today’s guest is Bill Carter, Cato Networks’ sales engineer. We’ll talk about the principles of zero-trust, verification processes and how does a proper ZTNA architecture should look like.