Executive Briefing Series: Securing the Remote Workforce
August 18, 2020 10:36 am
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As they pursue modernizing their infrastructures and applications, federal IT managers must also deal with a shift in the structure of the workforce – at least in the way it works. The pandemic-induced shift to large percentages of employees teleworking will ebb some, but only some. It will leave large portions of agencies’ workforces operating remotely. The network still enables the work and mission to take place, only the network itself has morphed to accommodate the unprecedented numbers of remote workers. This all requires some new thinking about how to architect and secure it.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts discuss how the remote access boom will accelerate both cybersecurity and the validity of the notion that a remote workforce can accomplish the mission:
Robert Carey, Vice President, General Manager, Global Public Sector Solutions, RSA
Karen Evans, Chief Information Officer, Department of Homeland Security
Brian Gattoni, Chief Technology Officer, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security
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