SDP vs VPN: Advantages of Implementing an SDP Solution Over a Traditional VPN

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Providing employees, partners and customers with remote access to servers, applications and network resources, on-premises or in the cloud, used to be rare. Now, it is the norm.

The legacy virtual private network (VPN) was introduced over 30 years ago, enabling secure, remote access to the internet through a point-to-point connection. However, VPNs can make modern organizations more vulnerable to attacks and data breaches because they give users within the organization access to the entire internal network.

In contrast, the software-defined perimeter (SDP) security model addresses VPN limitations whilst providing flexible cloud-based platform, device and application configurability as well as accessibility, increased security, privacy and user-access control.

Read this white paper to learn how to take advantage of implementing an SDP solution over a traditional VPN.

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