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Jan 10th at
8:00 am PT | 11:00 am  ET
5:00 pm CET | 4:00 pm GMT



Joel Perkins
Senior Director, IT Systems Engineering, Lookout

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Joel Perkins
Senior Director, IT Systems Engineering, Lookout

5 Key Considerations for a Successful Migration from Legacy VPN to ZTNA

Today, businesses need a modern and robust approach to remote access security. One that delivers zero trust, comprehensive visibility, and advanced data protections across hybrid and remote environments. Designed for only traditional network architectures, VPNs simply don’t match up to securely enable access across all multi-cloud environments. In addition, they are difficult to scale, impact performance, and are costly and complex to maintain.

Like all other organizations, Lookout has also faced its fair share of these issues with legacy VPNs. And who better to learn from than someone who's been in the trenches? 

Hear firsthand from Joel Perkins, Lookout’s head of IT, to discuss how he overcame challenges of a legacy VPN with Lookout Secure Private Access, our zero trust network access (ZTNA) solution. Discover why visibility and control over all your private apps and the data within those apps is crucial, and why remote access via a standard VPN alone doesn’t suffice anymore.

Get practical takeaways and strategies for:

  • Get practical takeaways and strategies for:
  • Why VPNs can’t keep up in a multi-cloud, mobile-first world
  • How a ZTNA solution keeps you, your data, and people safe
  • What to keep in mind as you pick – and migrate – to a new security platform



Joel Perkins
Senior Director, IT Systems Engineering, Lookout

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