Netskope Introduces Zero-Trust Secure Access to Private Enterprise Applications

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A new press release reports, “Netskope, the leader in cloud security, today introduced Netskope for Private Access, a cloud-based service for secure access to private enterprise applications in both the public cloud and the data center, that reduces risk by providing zero trust application access instead of network access. Netskope for Private Access is an integral component of the Netskope platform, which enables secure access to SaaS, IaaS, web, and private applications and data in hybrid IT environments, while reducing risk and simplifying Security Operations (SecOps). As enterprises adopt a cloud-first or hybrid IT infrastructure and deploy new workloads in the public cloud or move data center workloads to the public cloud, they need to adopt a modern remote access solution that provides easy and secure access to applications in multiple locations, while reducing the ‘appliance sprawl’ of legacy point-to-point access solutions. Netskope for Private Access provides secure access to applications in AWS, Azure, and Google public clouds as well as on-premises data centers and helps enterprises comply with regulations such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS and GDPR.”

Sanjay Beri, CEO of Netskope, commented, “At Netskope, we have been focused on providing a unified security platform for all enterprise internet traffic, and this announcement strengthens our offerings for customers worldwide… As businesses continue to approach and undergo digital transformation initiatives, they need to be able to take advantage of multi- and hybrid cloud services while reducing their attack surface area and decreasing risk. The addition of Netskope for Private Access illustrates our commitment to our users by further extending our platform to support new use cases and address new challenges.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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