The Future of Secure Remote Access
The Future of Federal Secure Remote Access

Secure remote work has become a common term in the Federal space – especially during the pandemic.

As Federal agencies increased their adoption of cloud technologies to support telework, cyber risks and requirements changed, prompting new Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) 3.0 guidance from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to protect data and networks, and provide visibility of cloud and remote users.

The need for agencies to modernize their IT infrastructure also increased with the administration’s cybersecurity Executive Order (EO) calling for bold changes and investments to improve agencies’ cybersecurity posture, including moving to Zero Trust.

Watch the “Future of Federal Remote Access” session to hear Yasir Aziz, AT&T Public Sector Account Manager, Palo Alto Networks and Brandon Pearce, Assistant Vice President, AT&T Cybersecurity discuss CISA’s TIC 3.0 Remote User use case, how Prisma Access and AT&T government-trusted internet is assisting agencies in meeting their security goals and deadlines, and what lies ahead for remote access.

 

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