Guides, how-tos, and articles on the latest in Zero Trust technology.
Why Zero Trust Network Access is Necessary for Third-party and Contractor Access
We will look at why cybercriminals are ramping up supply chain attacks, how credential theft puts DevOps teams at risk, and how legacy VPN technologies make the situation worse. Read more.
Selecting Zero Trust Network Access for Business Growth
Here is a quick introduction to Twingate’s solution and the selection criteria businesses use when modernizing secure access control.
How Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Prevents Lateral Movement After a Breach
Let’s look at the ways hackers move through networks, how traditional security approaches try — and fail — to block them, and how Zero Trust solutions use software-defined perimeters (SDPs) to prevent lateral movement. Learn more.
SASE vs. Zero Trust Explained
Secure perimeters and other legacy paradigms cannot handle today’s distributed world. Two leading alternatives, Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) promise to keep both users and resources secure regardless of location. Learn more.
How Zero Trust Network Access Reduces Network Latency
We’ll explore how traditional network architectures drive latency issues and contribute to security risk and explain what ZTNA is and how ZTNA produces performant, low-latency network connections.
What is Zero Trust Automation?
We will explain why secure perimeters are failing, how Zero Trust fits with modern network architectures, and how Zero Trust automation can speed your Zero Trust deployments.
What is Device Posture’s Role in Zero Trust?
While a lot of attention has focused on identity in Zero Trust Network Architectures (ZTNA), not as much has been placed on device posture’s role in Zero Trust.
How does Zero Trust Network Access Work?
We answer common questions asked by professionals looking to move to a zero trust security model.
Identity and Zero Trust in Today’s Distributed Networks
We walk through why organizations of all sizes are on a path toward Zero Trust and how identity is one element of this strategy.
The Outlook for Zero Trust Adoption
We review why Zero Trust is becoming part of every organization’s security roadmap and how Twingate can simplify its implementation.
What is the NIST Zero Trust Architecture?
Learn who the NIST is, how they define Zero Trust, and how the US government is migrating to this new security paradigm.
Announcing the Twingate 2022 Zero Trust Outlook Report
Our 2022 Zero Trust Outlook Report analyzes the latest industry trends, where organizations start their Zero Trust journey, and the future of the architecture.
What is Zscaler Private Access?
We explore the difference between ZScaler Private Access, an access control solution designed around Zero Trust, and Twingate.
Zero Trust: A Complete Guide to Remote Access Security
Rather than patching 20th Century remote access technologies, organizations everywhere are turning to Zero Trust Network Access. Read on to learn why.
Google BeyondCorp: Top 5 Limitations
Google paved the way for Zero Trust to be adopted within the security community. However, BeyondCorp has several limitations that make its technology difficult for most companies to adopt.
Zero Trust vs. VPNs: It’s Time to Kill Your VPN
One of the biggest threats to network security is a company’s own Virtual Private Network (VPN). In this article, we explain why Zero Trust is a stronger security design paradigm.
Principle of Least Privilege: How to Stop Hackers in Their Tracks
By constraining user access to only the resources they need, least privilege reduces exposure to malware and data breaches. Read on to learn how this security concept came into prominence.