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Securing Remote Workers with Netskope

Working outside of the traditional office environment has become a cultural norm, with recognized benefits to employers including higher productivity, cost savings, and greater employee engagement and satisfaction.

But organizations are typically struggling with providing remote workers with secure access to their private applications. While user mobility has flourished, cloud application use has exploded, network perimeters have dissolved - outdated remote access VPNs are still used to give employees access to apps in the data center and public cloud. Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) isn’t new, but recently its significance has been elevated by its inclusion in Gartner’s future vision of a cloud-delivered Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), so is it time to retire your VPNs?

This webinar is in conjunction with Unicorp Technologies and all about ZTNA - the benefits it can provide to organizations today. REGISTER NOW!
  • Why your traditional remote access VPNs might be causing your employees a headache, and exposing your network to compromise
  • How ZTNA resolves the architectural and security challenges associated with remote access to applications in data centers and the public cloud
  • Why it’s not too early to start thinking about phasing out your existing VPN appliances and software
  • Where ZTNA fits in the SASE model, and how consolidation of security tools into a cloud-based security platform will benefit your organization
  • When: Abu Dhabi
  • Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Price: Free
  • Language: English
  • Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
  • Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes.
  • Dial-in Number: Please register for this Webinar to view the dial-in info.
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