When it comes to data, federal agencies have traditionally relied on the legacy approach of centralization: collect and store every piece of data, analyze it, and then decide if action is needed. The problem is this approach doesn't allow for action to be taken in real time. Today’s largely distributed government workforce complicates that problem further, with many endpoints sitting outside a traditional perimeter. Agencies need a solution that both acts as a gatekeeper for transactions and collects data in real-time; with many turning to a Zero Trust model to better secure their endpoints. However, it’s also critical they gain access to their data in real-time to fully leverage the power of Zero Trust. How can agencies effectively bifurcate data instrumentation and collection while also allowing them the ability to appropriately interact with endpoint data in real-time? This webcast will explore how agencies can interact with the data where it’s produced — at the endpoint — in real time in order to truly leverage Zero Trust. Tune in to learn more about:
- How agencies can drive enterprise-wide real-time visibility and control of their systems through data instrumentation at the edge.
- Why real-time data is critical for a Zero Trust implementation to be truly effective.
- Why the legacy approach to data collection and analysis is leaving blind spots in cyber defenses, and what agencies can do to improve their security posture.