By ET Bureau - December 31, 2022 1 Mins Read
Palo Alto Networks’ Ignite ’22 keynotes and breakouts assert the new standard is gaining momentum, citing the security, scale, and speed benefits of deploying zero-trust network access 2.0 (ZTNA) in multicloud environments.
The company earlier this year proposed ZTNA 2.0 as a new industry standard because they thought the current zero-trust standard was too trusting and allowed for implicit trust gaps to occur on persistent connections.
In addition, the company asserts that ZTNA 2.0 is better suited for integrating with other security technologies on a single platform, including multifactor authentication (MFA), privileged access management (PAM), identity access management (IAM), and PAM.
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