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ZTNA 2.0 gains multi-cloud traction among Palo Alto Networks’ clients

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.

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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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