Securing the corporate perimeter is hard. Embracing Zero Trust security principles should be easy. Start with Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), and give your entire ecosystem of users faster, safer access to your corporate resources.
Employees and third parties connect to corporate resources from everywhere.
Corporate data lives across SaaS, cloud, and on-premise applications.
Users rely on personal devices to reach corporate resources.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) technologies create secure boundaries around applications. When resources are protected with ZTNA, users are only allowed to access resources after verifying the identity, context, and policy adherence of each specific request.
Deploy access controls on our instant-on cloud platform, backed by Cloudflare's massive global network.
Extend access to external users with multiple sources of identity supported at once.
Enforce least privilege on hard-to-protect resources, like web apps, SSH, RDP, and other infrastructure.
ZTNA replaces VPN connections with universal policies that grant access based on a user’s identity and context.
Engineers and related functions often need SSH access to your infrastructure to keep your business moving - and they don’t like to be slowed down. ZTNAs allow privileged technical users to access your critical infrastructure remotely - without experiencing tradeoffs.
ZTNA saves room in your corporate directory by simultaneously integrating with multiple identity providers. External users can authenticate with a broad variety of corporate or personal accounts and still benefit from the same ease-of-use available to internal employees.
Summarizes key features and benefits of Cloudflare's Zero Trust Network Access service.
Gartner has recognized Cloudflare as a representative ZTNA-as-a-service vendor in the 2020 Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access.
Cloudflare has been named as a leading provider of Zero Trust Access (ZTA) in the Omdia Market Radar for Zero Trust Access.
This 2-page primer outlines the challenges of legacy security approaches, the benefits of Zero Trust, and sample use cases for your organization to explore.