It is a common misconception that you have to sacrifice work to keep company resources secure. For many organizations, the rapid adaptation of remote work has left many IT leaders in the middle of a tug of war between security and user productivity. As a result, many are now considering a transition to zero trust principles.
In the space of a few short years SDP has evolved from being a niche technology suitable to only a few use cases, into becoming a mainstream option for most companies. But how do you know if and when it’s the right time to invest in this technology?
There’s no question that for most remote working teams today, SDPs are a more fitting and comprehensive solution. But what about when workers start going back to the office? Will SDP still be relevant?
In this week’s Inside NetMotion, we spoke to Janhavi Dudhat and Nadia Bernard, two talented co-op students working at our Victoria office.
Companies looking to replace a VPN often consider CASB, SDP or ZTNA solutions. How can they decide?
Traditional VPNs have been around for over two decades. Are they still the go-to solution for remote access, or is a CASB a better option?