A Zero-trust approach to network access. Network administrators must adopt a zero-trust approach to network access. Fortinet Network Access solutions offer the necessary device security to see and control all devices and users across the entire network.
Secure Access Everywhere
It’s no longer safe to assume that just because a device is connected to the network, it should have access to everything. Fortinet Zero Trust Access continually verifies who and what is using your resources. IoT and endpoint devices are identified and secured, while IT teams gain full visibility into and control over what’s connected to your network.
As users continue to work from anywhere and IoT devices flood networks and operational environments, continuous verification of all users and devices as they access corporate applications and data is needed. To protect networks and applications, network administrators must implement a zero-trust access approach and provide the least access privileges. Implementing zero-trust access includes requiring strong authentication capabilities, powerful network access control tools, and pervasive application access policies.
Applying the zero-trust security model to application access makes it possible for organizations to move away from the use of a traditional virtual private network (VPN) tunnel that provides unrestricted access to the network. Zero-trust network access (ZTNA) solutions grant access on a per-session basis to individual applications only after devices and users are verified. This ZTNA policy is also applied when users are on the network, which provides the same zero-trust model no matter the user's location.
Fortinet Zero Trust Access solutions provide continuous verification of all users and devices as they access corporate applications and data.
Identify and secure unknown IoT endpoints and devices entering the network. Integrated endpoint visibility, control, and advanced protection ensure organizations are secure.
Identify and verify users entering the network with high reliability. Centralized authentication includes SSO, certificate management, and guest management. MFA confirms identity with a second factor.
Fortinet ZTNA solutions grant access on a per-session basis to individual applications only after devices and users are verified. This policy is also applied when users are on the network, enabling the same zero-trust model no matter the user's location.