How Zscaler Delivers on the Promise of the Zero Trust Architecture
A Frost & Sullivan Executive Brief
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What does it mean when connectivity and security converge?
“Zero trust” is everywhere these days, and plenty of vendors offer solutions that try to retrofit a few attributes of zero trust to a flat network infrastructure. But when most work happens off the network, over the open internet, how do you secure the network perimeter? Frost & Sullivan has a simple answer: you don’t.
This brief takes an impartial look at the ways hardware-based security environments and “zero trust” firewalls solutions fall short, from leaving sensitive data uninspected to adding administrative complexity and costs. Then, it outlines how a true cloud-delivered zero trust architecture from Zscaler offers faster connectivity, better user experience, reduced costs, superior security, and more.
Read the brief to find out more about:
- Distinctions between network- and cloud-based zero trust approaches
- Shortcomings of traditional infrastructure that leave you vulnerable
- Tangible enterprise transformation benefits of the Zero Trust Exchange
- Key Zscaler differentiators, including global distribution and limitless traffic inspection without performance impact