Live Hack: VPN vs. Zero Trust Network Access

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VPNs are risky and clunky, which frustrate users and cause admin complexity. This outdated VPN – used by many organizations for routing Work from Home employees and 3rd Party traffic – is easily hackable and has become a growing favorite for cybercriminals to exploit, which, if successful, could allow them full access to your entire corporate network. This demo showcases how and where VPNs fail us and why the Appgate SDP Zero Trust Network Access platform offers a superior approach. Live Hack Topics Include: – VPN Exposed Ports vs. ZTNA Invisible Ports – VPN Lateral Attack Surface vs. ZTNA Micro-segmented Resources – VPN Scale Limitations vs. ZTNA Elasticity
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Datastax

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Urgent Communication

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