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Zero Trust for Federal Agencies

Posted by Mehul Patel on Dec 4, 2020

Internet Isolation Enables a Zero Trust Approach That Protects Remote Users from Cybersecurity Threats without Impacting the User Experience.

Federal agencies are being forced to rethink the way they empower public servants with the tools and information they need to make government work. Even before the Covid-19 global pandemic, agencies were undergoing digital transformation in an effort to create efficiencies and be more responsive to citizens. Then, as government employees and contractors moved from their office cubicle to their dining room table—literally overnight—federal IT organizations had to scramble to enable application access to a nearly 100 percent remote workforce.

 

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Tags: isolation, Internet Isolation, zero trust, new normal, federal cybersecurity, government digital transformation, next-gen secure web gateway

Five Cloud Security Considerations for CISOs

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Oct 8, 2020

Discover How You Can Protect Users and the Organization in Today’s New Normal

The past six months have been a whirlwind of change. Security teams across the world have scrambled to empower distributed users with the tools and information they need to keep businesses running. Now everyone is accessing everything from everywhere, with limited control and visibility into who is accessing what, where, and on what device.

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Tags: cybersecurity, phishing, spearphishing, cyberattacks, Web Security, HTTPS, SaaS, cloud security, VPN, email security, new normal, cloud apps, BYOD

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