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Let’s learn about ZTNA!
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) is an access control method that uses client device identification, authentication, and Zero Trust tags to provide role-based application access. It gives administrators the flexibility to manage network access for On-net local users and Off-net remote users. Access to applications is granted only after device verification, authenticating the user’s identity, authorizing the user, and then performing context based posture checks using Zero Trust tags.
Traditionally, a user and a device have different sets of rules for on-net access and off-net VPN access to company resources. With a distributed workforce and access that spans company networks, data centers, and cloud, managing the rules can become complex. User experience is also affected when multiple VPNs are needed to get to various resources.
During the lab, we will review a sample Teleworking solution based on a Tunnel Mode SSL VPN and contrast that against using a ZTNA Access Proxy for remote access to specific applications. We will go step by step into configuring the required components, from the FortiClient EMS server, to FortiGate and FortiClient. Along the way, we will also review key concepts and introduce debug commands to help verify and troubleshoot the connections.
- NSE 4 Certification or equivalent experience
- NSE 5 FortiClient EMS Certification or equivalent experience
- Laptop and an optional 2nd monitor
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Space is limited. Click the "REGISTER NOW" button below to secure your spot!
Date: Monday, September 26, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: TD Synnex Office
6911 Creditview Rd
Mississauga ON L5N 8G1