Teneo’s Zero Trust Network Access partner, Akamai, recognized as a Microsegmentation ‘Leader’ by Forrester
March 15, 2022
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Akamai, the technology that powers Teneo’s Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) service, WFA: ZTNA, was last week recognized as a ‘Leader’ in The Forrester New Wave™: Microsegmentation, Q1 2022 evaluation.
In the report, Forrester evaluated nine vendors in the microsegmentation space, scoring each against ten key criteria and where they stand in relation to each other. The report aims to help security professionals to select the right partner for their microsegmentation efforts.
Akamai’s microsegmentation capabilities are strengthened by its acquisition of Guardicore in 2021, adding it to the company’s comprehensive portfolio of Zero Trust solutions. Forrester’s examination found that Akamai Guardicore Segmentation “offers a flexible security tool that goes beyond just microsegmentation.
It also noted that Akamai Guardicore Segmentation “is an excellent overall microsegmentation solution for IT. Enterprises looking to deploy host-based, granular networks should look at Guardicore.”
Brett Ayres, Services Director, Teneo, said “The threat landscape is constantly changing, and security must be continually reviewed and updated. Organizations need ZTNA solutions to defend against threat actors. Akamai’s Guardicore Segmentation complements its industry-leading Zero Trust security solutions, providing multiple lines of defense against security attacks.
“Teneo’s WFA: ZTNA service combines Akamai’s leading technology with our expert guidance. The independent assessment from Forrester reflects the strength of Akamai’s Zero Trust solutions. What’s more, it is testament to the prestige of technology partners that Teneo works with.”
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