Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a network security framework that has been designed to protect corporate networks by limiting access to networks, applications and assets based on user identity. This allows organizations to gain control over their network infrastructure while creating secure access solutions for remote employees.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is a security framework that assumes no user or device should be automatically trusted within a network. Instead, it uses a variety of security measures to verify a user’s identity, device security posture, and network permissions before granting access to resources.
ZTNA is a security model that requires strict identity verification for all users and devices before granting access to network resources.