Designing Flexible and Secure Networks for the Remote Work Force

Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) have been very successful as an enterprise solution in the commercial world, but security concerns and the government’s former emphasis on working in offices has slowed its deployment in the public sector. Now, however, with large parts of the federal workforce working remotely, demand for access to the public internet has dramatically increased. Release of new interim guidance about TIC 3.0 and its use with public networks has created opportunities for agencies to design flexible, software defined networks to better serve the workforce and secure their infrastructure.

Learn how to modernize your networks, secure them and how an agency executive is using the new environment to modernize the infrastructure.

Invited to speak:

  • G. Nagesh Rao, Chief Information Officer (Acting) for the Bureau of Industry and Security within the US Department of Commerce
  • Vernon Samuel, VP Service Delivery, RavenTek
  • Marlin McFate, Public Sector CTO, Riverbed Technology

This is a Group Internet Based program:

CPE Accreditation: Program knowledge level is overview and there is no prerequisite education or advanced preparation required.
CPE Credits: 1
Field of Study: Information Technology

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Date: Nov 05, 2020

Time: 2:00 pm ET

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