Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Carta and SDP

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In this eLearning Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), CARTA and SDP the concepts of Zero Trust and Carta are explained and the implementation with a Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) and Micro-segmentation clarified.

The term Zero Trust model was coined by Forrester in 2009. As the name says, everywhere and anytime the highest form of security (authentication, authorization, encryption etc.) must be enforced.

The current network model (perimeter model with a DMZ) does not offer sufficient protection against threats like APT’s (Advanced Persistent Threats) or DDOS attacks. Don’t you think it is strange that the most popular transport protocol is based on: connect first, then authenticate? The IP-address was never meant for authentication, it is very convenient for making a connection. With Zero trust the network is completely dark: unauthenticated you cannot see anything…

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Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Carta and SDP