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Top 10 Zero Trust Security Solution Providers 2023

The future of data security is reliant heavily on zero-trust security. Industry experts and observers will uniformly agree that the tech world has changed exceptionally. The requirements or customer demands are different, strategies are new, underlying concepts are innovative, and so on. The transformation has been initiated and powered by technology, without which it would have been almost impossible to stay ahead of the fast-altering world.

On the one hand, we have an entirely new era, but on the other, the struggle to overcome the challenges imposed by the never-before digital transformation is evident.

Reliable, built-in network support for Zero Trust frameworks can offer the security needed by the current digital transition. The fundamental ideas underpinning Zero Trust offer a practical method to enable a powerful cyber defense.

The focus on zero trust delivered by the cloud is also increasing. The current year is important in establishing Zero Trust as an integral part of the tech world.

The regulatory environment also assumes significance from a zero-trust standpoint. Although generative AI has a lot of potential for the cybersecurity industry, there are also several pitfalls to be aware of. Zero Trust measures can help lower the risk of leakage by preventing unauthorized individuals from accessing sensitive data.

Let’s learn about the latest zero-trust world in this edition.

Top 10 Zero Trust Security Solution Providers 2023

Identity is at the core of every great digital experience and the key to digital transformation. That’s why Ping Identity champions customer’s unique identity needs. They give customers’ the tools to offer users the right access at the right times no matter how they connect with them.

Perimeter81 provides secure remote networks for organizations by replacing traditional VPNs with a cloud-based, zero-trust security approach, eliminating hardware and simplifying access to company resources for both on-prem and cloud platforms.

Twingate ditches traditional VPNs for a zero-trust security model, granting granular access controls for users to internal resources through an encrypted network tunnel, simplifying secure access for remote and hybrid workforces.

NordLayer offers secure remote access for businesses via a cloud-based network called Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), replacing traditional VPNs with a modern, zero-trust approach, simplifying access to corporate networks for everyone from on-site employees to remote teams.

GoodAccess simplifies secure remote access for businesses with a cloud VPN and zero-trust approach, ditching hardware and empowering remote teams to securely access apps, data, and offices directly, all in just 10 minutes.

Broadcom is a tech giant designing and selling semiconductor chips and infrastructure software, powering data centers, networking, wireless applications, storage, and industrial solutions. It’s essentially the “connective t issue” behind everyday tech experiences.

Zscaler ditches clunky VPNs for a cloud-based security shield, protecting your entire organization – users, devices, apps – from cyber threats wherever they go, simplifying secure access while keeping data private, at home or on the move.

eSecurity Planet is a leading resource for IT professionals researching cybersecurity vendors and trends. They provide in-depth product reviews, instructional guides, and insightful news on current threats and advancements, helping businesses confidently navigate the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape.

LayerX Security offers a unique “user-first” browser security platform that
turns any browser into a protected workspace. They monitor and control
user activity in browsers, preventing risky actions and safeguarding data
from web-based threats, all while minimizing impact on user experience.
It’s like a fortress for your browser, but one that doesn’t hinder your

Illumio disrupts traditional network security with “zero-trust segmentation,” visualizing connections between systems, setting granular access controls, and isolating vulnerable areas to block ransomware and breaches before they spread, preventing costly damage and downtime.