In today’s digital world, government’s networks face not only increased strain and complexity on bandwidth, but also cybersecurity risks. New policies such as CISA’s TIC 3.0 provide guidance on how to address these risks, including shifting the approach from securing a single network boundary to a distributed architecture. However, many agencies’ legacy security architectures remain focused on securing the data center, rather than identifying and providing secure access for the user/device in any location of a distributed architecture. How can agencies truly support the secure access needs of a cloud and mobile world?
During this webcast, we’ll explore new frameworks such as Gartner’s Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and discuss next steps in the TIC 3.0 modernization journey to secure today's cloud and mobile government, including:
- What SASE cloud could mean for agencies’ security and digital transformation goal
- Why SASE is an important next step after TIC 3.0
- What’s needed from industry and government for agencies to transform security at the edge