Guides, how-tos, and articles on the latest in Zero Trust technology.
We walk through why organizations of all sizes are on a path toward Zero Trust and how identity is one element of this strategy.
We review why Zero Trust is becoming part of every organization’s security roadmap and how Twingate can simplify its implementation.
Learn who the NIST is, how they define Zero Trust, and how the US government is migrating to this new security paradigm.
Our 2022 Zero Trust Outlook Report analyzes the latest industry trends, where organizations start their Zero Trust journey, and the future of the architecture.
We explore the difference between ZScaler Private Access, an access control solution designed around Zero Trust, and Twingate.
Rather than patching 20th Century remote access technologies, organizations everywhere are turning to Zero Trust Network Access. Read on to learn why.
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.
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.
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.
Zero Trust Network Access is a security framework that assumes every user, device, or network may already be compromised. Read on to understand ZTNA's benefits and primary use cases.