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Zero Trust Access

Simple, automatic secure remote access that verifies who and what is on your network and secures application access no matter where users are located

Incorporating Zero-Trust Strategies for Secure Network and Application Access
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Increase Security with a Zero-Trust Access Approach

As users continue to work from anywhere and IoT devices flood networks and operational environments, continuous verification of all users and devices as they access corporate applications and data is needed.  

To protect networks and applications, network administrators must apply a zero-trust access approach  and provide least access privileges.  Implementing zero-trust access includes requiring strong authentication capabilities, powerful network access control technologies, and pervasive application access controls.  

A Zero-trust Access Strategy Has 3 Needs

A Zero-trust Access Strategy Has 3 Needs

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IoT Endpoint and Device Protection

IoT Endpoint and Device Protection

Identify and secure unknown IoT endpoint and devices entering the network. Integrated endpoint visibility, control, and advanced protection ensure organizations are secure.

Visibility

See every device on the network with device identification, profiling, and vulnerability scanning. 

Dynamic Control

Leverage dynamic microsegmentation to control devices on the network. It also supports intent-based segmentation.

Identity and Access Management

Identify users entering the network with high reliability. Secure authentication is key in the implementation of an effective security policy—many of today’s most damaging security breaches have been due to compromised user accounts and passwords. These breaches have been exacerbated by users with inappropriate levels of access.

Authentication Services

Centralized authentication services for the Fortinet Security Fabric including single-sign-on services, certificate management, and guest management.

Multi-factor Authentication

Confirm the identity of users by adding a second factor to the authentication process through physical or mobile application-based tokens.

   

Remote Access and Application Access

Applying the zero-trust model to application access  makes it possible for organizations to move away from the use of a traditional virtual private network (VPN)  tunnel that provides unrestricted access to the network. Zero-trust network access (ZTNA) connections grant access on a per-session basis  to individual applications only after devices and users are verified. This ZTNA policy is also applied when users are on the network, which provides the same zero-trust approach no matter where a user is connecting. 

Incorporating Zero-Trust Strategies for Secure Network and Application Access

Incorporating Zero-Trust Strategies for Secure Network and Application Access

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Remote Access

Transparent, yet secure, encrypted, automatic tunnels from a user to the ZTNA application proxy point.

Application Access Control

Granular, per-session access that is granted based on a verified user identity and device risk profile.