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Top Answer: As an alternative to ZScaler for VPN access. I would recommend NetSkope Private Access. I would be delighted to facilitate a demo/overview of the NetSkope platform.
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Overview

AppGate enables organizations to adopt a Software-Defined Perimeter approach for granular security control. AppGate makes the application/server infrastructure effectively “invisible.” It then provides users with access to authorized resources only, verifying user context and attributes — including device posture and identity — before granting access to an application. Once the user logs out, the secure tunnel disappears. Additionally, when a user’s context changes – such as moving from a corporate to a public network, additional security requirements (such as multi-factor authentication) can be enforced, or access can be denied. All controlled by a simple policy.

Zscaler Private Access delivers policy-based, secure access to private applications and assets without the cost, hassle, or security risks of a VPN. Using the Zscaler App, users can now get all of the benefits of Zscaler’s Cloud Security Platform for Internet traffic, as well as granular, policy-based access to internal resources from a single point.

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AppGate is ranked 8th in Network Access Control while Zscaler Private Access is ranked 3rd in ZTNA as a Service with 2 reviews. AppGate is rated 0.0, while Zscaler Private Access is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Zscaler Private Access writes "Big lack of support for SCMP network systems and the bandwidth speeds are limited". AppGate is most compared with Zscaler Internet Access, Cisco IOS SSL VPN, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Check Point Remote Access VPN and Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, whereas Zscaler Private Access is most compared with Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, Cloudflare Access, F5 BIG-IP and Proofpoint Meta.

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