Netskope thinks it might have just killed off the VPN for good

Netskope has released a new product with which it thinks it might finally send the aging VPN (opens in new tab) into well-deserved retirement. 

ZTNA Next is described by the company as the “evolution” of its Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution, as the problem with today’s ZTNA products is that while it may claim to offer “full replacement” for legacy VPN technology, it can also be missing key support use cases, like on-prem-hosted VoIP.