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101 to Zero Trust Data Center

  • 1.  101 to Zero Trust Data Center

    Posted 11-04-2021 11:40
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    According to NIST's Special Publication 800-207,  a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is an "end-to-end approach to enterprise resource and data security that encompasses identity (person and non-person entities), credentials, access management, operations, endpoints, hosting environments, and the interconnecting infrastructure". 

    Juniper Zero Trust Data Center is our focused attempt to apply Zero Trust concepts to data centers. Naturally, different customers will use different combinations of data center locations -  some companies use public cloud only, while others will use a hybrid approach. Therefore, our approach is applied across four key checkpoints: DC WAN Gateway, Intra-DC, DC Interconnect, and Cloud Workload Protection. 

    The attached 20-min video is focused mostly on our newly announced Juniper Cloud Workload Protection (JCWP), but also includes some information on vSRX support for NSX-T (Intra DC), and VxLAN Tunnel Traffic Inspection (DC Interconnect).

    Checkout the following related blog post and product page:
    Connecting and Protecting Applications within a Zero Trust Data Center Architecture with Juniper Cloud Workload Protection | Official Juniper Networks Blogs
    Juniper Cloud Workload Protection | Juniper Networks

    Hope you find this content useful, feel free to react and comment.

    Aviram Zrahia
    CISM | CCSP | CISSP | GCIH
    EMEA Partner SE Team