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Enea Qosmos ixEngine for ZTNA

The DPI-Based Data Foundation Trusted by ZTNA Leaders

Between the wild proliferation of work locations and types of connected devices, and the skyrocketing use of AI-fueled deception in cyberattacks, it is no wonder the Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) model has permeated every aspect of contemporary networking and cybersecurity.

However, the ZTNA model’s rigorous monitoring and control framework cannot be effective without network visibility that is comprehensive, highly granular and 100% accurate.

In this 2-page solution overview, you will learn why deep packet inspection (DPI) is a must-have for ZTNA solutions and how Enea Qosmos ixEngine® provides the universal application awareness that is the cornerstone of all zero trust functions.

More than 80% of the world’s leading SASE, SSE and Secure SD-WAN vendors rely on ground-truth data from Enea Qosmos ixEngine to develop unique, high-performance Zero Trust features and functionality. Will you be next?

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