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Cadence Design Systems Deploys Zentera for Critical IP Access

CoIP® Access Platform’s Zero Trust Network Access and Application Chambers Power New Security Initiatives Enhancing Corporate IP Protection

Zentera Systems, Inc., the leader in Zero Trust Security for the digitally-transformed enterprise, announced that Cadence Design Systems, Inc., a leader in computational software, has selected Zentera’s CoIP Access Platform to enable access to and protect critical corporate resources worldwide.

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CoIP Access Platform’s unique overlay network security approach enables customers to layer new protections and access policy controls on top of existing environments without touching underlay network and security infrastructure. It combines Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), which authenticates and authorizes every user access, with powerful Application Chambers that contain critical resources to stop lateral migration of threats and data leaks. With access methods ranging from secure terminal to application access and to network-level access, companies can choose the right level of access security control while meeting complex operations and productivity requirements.

“Hybrid workplaces can trigger new security challenges for enterprises,” said Sreeni Kancharla, Cadence’s VP & CISO. “CoIP Access Platform helps us meet those challenges, enabling strong IP protection while still being easy to use and administer.”

“Security-sensitive enterprises like Cadence have complex infrastructure and application security needs,” said Jaushin Lee, Zentera’s CEO. “Our overlay approach to Zero Trust allows our customers to provide application-specific, granular controls, all while remaining non-disruptive to existing corporate network and computing environments.”

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