Providing the right level of access, performance and security for remote workers using the cloud requires solutions that can scale virtually infinitely.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has increased pressure on agencies in two key ways. First, they are facing unprecedented demand for remote work. Second, this push has strained their IT networks with historic burdens.
To move forward, successful agencies will leverage TIC 3.0 and Zero Trust in tandem.
Most organizations have between 20 and 75 security solutions, each solving a separate problem. While these tools can help fight specific cybersecurity threats, they often don’t integrate well with one another, creating visibility problems and complexity overload.
In response to the global need to work from home, we’ve seen many government agencies put a renewed focus on equipping their workforces with modern, mission-critical technologies.
This roundtable discussion covered topics, from the continued relevance of the original TIC vision to the uncertainty and excitement about its evolution.
In theory, a cloud-based security solution should provide the necessary flexibility and scalability. However, many so-called cloud solutions were not designed for the cloud but instead retrofitted for it, relying on script languages to provide automated capabilities.
Any discussion about improving the security of the federal IT enterprise sooner or later comes around to the topic of network visibility.
The federal government’s sudden, widespread transition to a remote work environment has highlighted the importance of its decision to make policy decisions that remove barriers to cloud adoption.
When the COVID-19 crisis forced many federal employees to start working from home, agency IT leaders found themselves in a new environment — employee living rooms. They quickly realized that while their business continuity plans address key issues around connectivity, security at this scale has proven to be something of an afterthought.