A Zero Trust Model for Your Network
Zero trust architecture is a security solution that requires users and devices to prove their identities — and trustworthiness — before accessing your network. Learn how to implement a zero trust network to improve and strengthen data protection.
Implementing a zero trust network can mean a significant shift in existing infrastructure. CDW's portfolio of partner solutions and 24/7 support can help smoothly roadmap, design and implement a zero trust model for your network. The threat landscape is always evolving. Your security should too.
Palo Alto Networks
Leveraging FortiOS and FortiClient, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) provides granular control over access to applications, no matter where the user or application exists. The ZTNA agent creates a secure, automatic tunnel to FortiOS that performs comprehensive user verification and device posture checks.
The more identities you manage, the greater the risk. Okta seamlessly integrates your identity solution across your entire technology stack to unify your approach to Zero trust. Using Okta as part of your identity-powered strategy helps ensure you’re giving the right people access to the right resources, at the right time.
Built on a scalable cloud-native architecture, CrowdStrike's zero trust solution adheres to the NIST 800-207 standard. Maximize zero trust protection, cover multi-directory identity stores (Microsoft AD, Azure AD), multi-OS endpoints and workloads across your hybrid enterprise. Stop modern attacks like ransomware and supply chain threats in real time.