Why Wireless WAN Works for Mission-Critical Federal Teleworkers

December 16, 2020 Jonathan McBride

The shift to remote work has enabled continuity of government during these challenging times but has also expanded the cybersecurity threat surface that federal IT and infosec professionals must monitor and protect.

According to a recent SAIC survey, 82% of the federal executives polled expect telework to continue post-pandemic. This means federal agencies must continue to build upon their Defense-in-Depth (DiD) security strategies by not only securing government-furnished equipment (GFE), but by gaining control, visibility, and resiliency in the remote network solutions they deploy.

Presenters: 

Cradlepoint's Aaron Maben, Corporate Solutions Engineer, Security; Mark Devol, Federal Vice President, Sales

 

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