Podcast: What You Need To Know About Creating Your ZTNA Strategy

Joining TNC’s podcast host, CEO John Waterhouse, to share his expertise is TNC’s CTO, Craig Northveth.

In this episode John and Craig discuss what key steps you need to take to develop your strategy for ZTNA (Zero Network Trust Architecture).

We’re living in an age where cyber security has never been more in the spotlight. With so much reliance on digital it’s becoming increasingly difficult to spot a friend from a foe, which is why many organisations are implementing a ZTNA.

Listen to this episode to get answers to the following essential questions:

 

  • What is ZTNA? And why does it matter to me?
  • Why is ZTNA such a hot topic now?
  • What are the key elements that make up the ZTNA environment?
  • What are the steps my organisation should take to develop our ZTNA strategy?

 

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A quick reminder about TNC:

 

  • We are the UK’s largest independent telecoms professional services consultancy
  • We support over 280 major UK and multinational organisations
  • We deliver the full lifecycle of Strategy, Sourcing, Deployment and In-life Managed Services, such as billing management, vendor management and in-life service management for all types of network and telecoms services

 

If you would like to find out more about how TNC can help you, and your organisation, we would be delighted to talk to you and share our experience and knowledge. Please get in touch using the below contact details.

 

TNC operates specialist teams of commercial, technical and contracts consultants, all with at least 10 years industry experience and deep sector expertise

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