Zero Trust

Ask SME Anything: What's the difference between Zero Trust and ZTNA?

Zero Trust and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) are often mixed up. In this Ask SME (Subject Matter Expert) Anything Video, Netskope’s Jin Daikoku walks through how Zero Trust, as a principle, can guide your security strategy, and how a ZTNA solution fits under this principle to help enable your users and secure internal resources.

Securing the edge with Zero Trust

The proliferation of cloud computing, mobile device use, and the Internet of Things has dissolved traditional network boundaries. Today, the network perimeter has evolved as workloads have moved to the cloud while non-managed, mobile devices have become the norm rather than the exception. The location of applications, users, and their devices are no longer static. Data is no longer confined to the corporate data center.

Explorer Walkthrough Quick Tour (Part 1)

Start building dashboards and widgets using the tools in Explore. Netskope, the SASE leader, safely and quickly connects users directly to the internet, any application, and their infrastructure from any device, on or off the network. With CASB, SWG, and ZTNA built natively in a single platform, Netskope is fast everywhere, data-centric, and cloud smart, all while enabling good digital citizenship and providing a lower total-cost-of-ownership.

Risk-Based Authentication to Adopt Zero-Trust Security in Your Organization

Risk-based authentication both enhances security and user experience by allowing you to rank the resources you want to protect based on risk level and type of user. This gives you the power to create rules that are unique to the security structure in your organization, therefore enabling more flexibility or higher protection only when necessary.

Adopting Zero Trust and SASE as Fed and SLED Agencies Go Remote-First

The global pandemic further accelerated a trend toward remote work that was already underway, even in federal, state, and local agencies that previously resisted it. But as agencies continue to offer telework options to employees, they must also rethink their security stack to better mitigate the cybersecurity risks that remote work catalyzes. Traditional, perimeter-based approaches to security will no longer work in a cloud-first environment where data can, and is, accessed from just about anywhere.


Cybersecurity in Higher Education: Understanding the Threats & Adopting A Zero Trust Approach

While there’s no real way to prevent them all, understanding vulnerabilities, common types of cyberattacks and how to prevent them can help college and university leaders prioritize their security strategies to help keep institutional data and students safe.


Netskope Selected to Participate in ATARC Zero Trust Lab

We are pleased to share that Netskope has been selected by the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC) as one of 49 vendors to participate in its Zero Trust Lab. The Zero Trust Lab is a state-of-the-art physical and virtual test environment that will provide federal agencies with the opportunity to build, test, and evaluate new Zero Trust Architectures in a simulated environment.


Using Zero Trust to Mitigate Supply Chain Risks

Software supply chain attacks have been on the rise lately. With the current pervasiveness of third-party and open source libraries, which presumably developers cannot control as strongly as the code they create, vulnerabilities in these software dependencies are causing serious security risks to applications. Supply chain attacks abuse the inherent trust that users have with a software provider.