What is Zero Trust Network Access

Zero Trust Network Access or ZTNA is a security framework, designed to secure networks, devices, and applications and provide them with remote security based on predefined access control policies

ZTNA works on the principle of Zero Trust - ie, no user or device is considered to be trustworthy, and requires every user and device to be authorized before being granted access privileges.


Why Zero Trust Network Access is the Need of the Hour

Seek beyond the traditional castle-and-moat network security model. ZTNA ensures that security risks due to implicit trust are avoided, preventing unauthorized users from detecting the network details of protected systems.

Granular Access Control

User-based access policies allow users to be awarded specific levels of access to a certain resource based on what they are authorized to do in a network infrastructure.

Reduced Lateral Movement Risk

ZTNA implements micro-segmentation that creates secure zones within the network infrastructure which in turn reduces attack surfaces and lateral movement of threats.

Unified User Management

Seamless integration with Identity and Access Management solutions such as single-sign-on, multi-factor authentication, etc. to enable effortless user management.


Why Choose UTunnel ZTNA to Secure Your Network

Secure your business network and its users with UTunnel’s multifaceted security solution powered with Zero Trust Access framework.

Out-of-the-box, hardware-free zero trust access solution, with easy deployment in a few clicks
Easily monitor your network and application traffic and point out threat factors for added security.
Allow only authorized devices & users to access your resources & applications and decline forced access.
Secure logins are made simple with hassle-free multi-factor authentication and Single Sign-On integration.
Identity-based access control policies are issued on a need basis to ensure resource security and accountability.
Ensures secure, clientless access to network resources, applications, and cloud-based resources from any device.

How To Setup Secure OneClick Access


Deploy a UTunnel server on your VPC or on-premise network and subscribe for user licenses as needed.


Add a OneClick Application on the VPN server to access your HTTP, HTTPS, SSH or RDP resources.


Invite the users/teams for whom you want to provide secure access to your OneClick Applications.


Setup policies to fine-tune access to the app with location, OS or time-based access control.


Secure Your Network Resources with ZTNA

Scale up your network resource security with the Zero Trust Network Access solution from UTunnel, which seamlessly integrates with your business needs.

Secure Remote Access

While a ZTNA-secured resource network is accessed remotely, all other applications and resources except the accessed asset remain hidden from public view to deter any kind of unauthorized access.

Users and devices trying to access the network are constantly evaluated using verification methods such as the multifactor authentication and access is given only to those users or devices that comply with the strict access control policies.

Alternative to VPN

Zero Trust Network Access offers more granular access control policies than VPN and is designed to be cloud-native. Compared to VPN, ZTNA works on the principle of providing the least privileged access to a resource on a need-to-know basis, which successfully reduces the scope of lateral moving threats.

Moreover, UTunnel’s Zero Trust Network Access solution enhances performance by diminishing latency and disconnection issues and is both scalable and deployable across on-premise as well as cloud resources.

Clientless Remote Access

Providing safe remote access to your hybrid workforce is one of the biggest challenges faced by modern-day businesses.

With the UTunnel’s ZTNA framework-enabled network access solution, devices and applications can be authorized by cloud-based authentication method and don’t require the presence of an agent in the device for validation. To add an extra layer of security, cloud-based services are validated by Identity and Access management providers.

Secure Cloud Access

Since more and more enterprises are moving their data and resource network to the cloud, there is a need like never before for an infrastructure that would allow secure access to cloud resources while reducing security threats and attacks.

UTunnel’s ZTNA solutions secure corporate cloud resources with granular role-based access control policies and ensure complete visibility over the cloud-based resources and applications through a sleek web console to manage them.


Know More about UTunnel’s Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Solution

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ZTNA Frequently Asked Questions

Zero Trust Network Access or ZTNA is a security technology based on the Zero Trust framework that enables you to secure networks, applications and devices based on granular access control policies.
How does ZTNA work?
Zero Trust Network Access is based on the principles of “Zero Trust” where there is no implicit trust and users and devices are required to be authorized irrespective of their roles or titles before being granted with least access privilege on a need-to-know basis.
The main difference between a VPN and a ZTNA is that ZTNA uses granular access control policies to authenticate users and grant them with least access privilege to the resource to do the required task, while VPN allows full access to the authenticated users connected to the VPN network.
Compared to VPN, ZTNA provides the users with the least privileged access to the resources on a need-to-know basis using granular access control policies, and in that way, ZTNA reduces the risk of lateral movement.

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