Why ZeroTrust over VPN?
Updated over a week ago

While VPNs have been a popular solution for remote access for many years, they do have some limitations that Zero Trust solutions can overcome. Here are some reasons why Zero Trust is a better choice for secure remote access than VPN:

1. Security

Zero Trust provides a more secure solution than VPN. With VPN, once a user is authenticated, they are given access to the entire network, which can pose a security risk if the user's device has been compromised. In contrast, Zero Trust solutions authenticate and authorize each access request, ensuring that only authorized users and devices can access specific resources.

2. Complexity

VPNs can be complex to manage and require a lot of infrastructure to maintain. Zero Trust solutions, on the other hand, are more streamlined and can be integrated into existing infrastructure with ease. Additionally, Zero Trust solutions are more scalable, making it easier to add new users and resources as needed.

3. Compliance

VPNs can pose challenges for compliance, particularly when it comes to auditing and tracking access to specific resources. Zero Trust solutions can provide more granular control over access and provide detailed audit logs, which can be useful for compliance purposes.

4. User Experience

VPNs can often lead to slower connection speeds and issues with connectivity. Zero Trust solutions, on the other hand, are designed to optimize performance and provide a more seamless user experience.

Overall, while VPNs have been a popular solution for remote access in the past, Zero Trust solutions offer a more secure, streamlined, and scalable approach to remote access. If you have any further questions about Zero Trust or need assistance in deploying it for your organization, please contact our support team.

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