Compare Pulse Secure Pulse SDP vs. Scytale

Pulse Secure Pulse SDP is ranked 4th in ZTNA while Scytale is ranked 9th in ZTNA. Pulse Secure Pulse SDP is rated 0, while Scytale is rated 0. On the other hand, Pulse Secure Pulse SDP is most compared with Zscaler Private Access, Netskope Private Access and Duo Security, whereas Scytale is most compared with .
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Overview

Pulse SDP is a Zero Trust secure access architecture for today’s modern application infrastructure. It enables direct, secure access to individual applications and requires users and their devices to be verified before access is allowed. The result is an enhanced security profile, better device compliance, and an improved user experience while defending against modern security threats and lateral malware spread.

As enterprises adopt cloud computing and containers, they end up working with additional, platform-specific identity providers. Authenticating applications or software services across platforms requires a tremendous effort and hinders cloud or container migration efforts and development velocity. They need a flexible yet consistent solution for authenticating services, regardless of which platform they run on.

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Hogarth, Healthwise, Entegrus, Baloise Insurance, Colorcon, Atlassian, 7-Eleven, Borgess, East Sussex, Integration Partners
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