The network architect’s guide to adopting a software-defined perimeter

Deliver the experience your users want, with the security it needs

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With private applications moving to cloud and users working remotely, enterprises need a service that can ensure private apps are accessed securely while delivering a frictionless user experience. Many enterprises are considering software-defined perimeter (SDP) services as an alternative to VPN.

This guide will help you understand where to begin so that you can embrace SDP quickly, and without disruption to the business.

 Download it now to:

  • Explore architectural differences between incumbent access technology and SDP
  • Take a look at a reference architecture for deploying SDP
  • Consider three phases when adopting SDP within your company

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