Zero trust migration: How will I know if I can remove my VPN?

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Zero trust migration: How will I know if I can remove my VPN?

As your organisation makes the transition to zero trust, you may begin to question whether you still need your Always On VPN (AOVPN). An AOVPN can feel like a bottleneck in a modern network architecture, so it can be tempting for organisations to see migrating to zero trust as an excuse to remove it. But we’ve noticed a worrying trend of organisations removing an AOVPN from their network before the appropriate zero trust measures are in place.

If you take away just one thing from this blog, it should be:

When migrating to a zero trust architecture, you shouldn’t remove your VPN unless you’ve achieved the same security benefits in other ways.

Original Source: ncsc[.]gov[.]uk


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