The IT networking world is evolving rapidly, as more government workers are in the field or working remotely than ever before. However, this new universe of cloud and mobility can’t be built or scaled on the network architectures of the past. As digital transformation accelerates, demand on agency networks intensifies and creates cybersecurity risks, allowing bad actors to exploit security flaws that jeopardize government data. To keep themselves secure, agencies need a new security model.
To accelerate positive change while improving security posture, agencies should consider adopting a zero trust architecture that incorporates a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). SASE converges the network and security point solutions into a unified, global cloud-native service. It enables IT to provide a holistic, agile and adaptable service to the digital business.
Join us online Wednesday, Oct. 21 from 12-2 p.m. ET/9-11 a.m. PT to learn:
- How a zero-trust approach and SASE focus will render older security models obsolete.
- The benefits of a cloud-based, as-a-service model of a “secure edge” that is simple, scalable and flexible, with low latency and high security.
- The biggest barriers facing agencies that are looking to take a SASE approach to security.
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