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Why Branch Evolution Demands Zero Trust Network Access

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Least-Privileged Access Integrated with SD-WAN

Modern enterprises must stay proactive to meet customer needs and protect all data, users and apps no matter where they're located. The onslaught of new apps and the explosion of IoT devices make the attack surface challenging to manage.

Traditional branches don't accommodate the type of security architecture necessary to protect employees, diverse and distributed apps, and a rapid increase in IoT devices.

Organizations must take strategic steps to secure their branches, users and things through a Zero Trust approach encompassing least-privileged access integrated directly into SD-WAN through a secure access service edge (SASE) solution.

Read the whitepaper, "How Zero Trust Network Access Is Transforming the Security Landscape, One Layer at a Time" from SDxCentral, to learn:

  • The need for continuous digital transformation to stay ahead of cyberthreats.
  • The challenges today's existing solutions and tools create for IT and operations teams.
  • How ZTNA can offer a superior security strategy when combined with SASE.
  • The benefits of an integrated SD-WAN and SASE solution.

Don't miss this must-read information to learn more about how to secure your branch of the future — today.

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