TIC…Tock. The clock struck midnight for the outdated Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initiative.
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently released the final versions of three of the TIC 3.0 guidance documents. The new policy will eliminate barriers to the cloud, enable emerging technologies like SD-WAN, release the stranglehold on network access points, all while ensuring even greater Federal network security.
MeriTalk’s TIC Talks, a short insightful forum on the recent changes to TIC 3.0, will share initiative evolution insights, opportunities, and its role as a cyber paradigm. We’ll explore how TIC is changing the way agencies approach building resiliency, implementing zero-trust, and enabling innovation.
Registration is complimentary.
- the pros and cons of agencies assigning “trust zones” of security across their distributed networks
- how zero trust can align with TIC to improve security and build resiliency
- what zero trust means in the context of TIC 3.0 and the impact it will have on security and management of IT environments now and in the future
- how TIC will provide opportunity for agencies to drive innovation and take advantage of next-gen technologies
- how the updated policy is shaping their modernization efforts
- why it’s driving workforce productivity
- what challenges have been met along the way
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