From VPNs to Zero Trust - The Evolution and Importance of Remote Access Technologies

Secure remote access ensures that only authorized users can access network resources from any location, which is crucial for safeguarding corporate data against cyber threats. This white paper provides an in-depth analysis of the evolution of remote access technologies, highlighting the transition from traditional methods like VPNs, SSH, and RDP to more secure alternatives such as Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Software Defined Perimeters (SDP).
It addresses the growing need for secure remote access in the face of increasing telecommuting and cloud computing, identifying the limitations and vulnerabilities of older systems. By advocating for the adoption of ZTNA and SDP, the paper emphasizes their effectiveness in protecting corporate networks and resources against cyber threats in both on-premises and cloud environments, offering a guide for enhancing cybersecurity measures in the digital age.
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