Never trust. Always verify. This is the basis for a zero trust framework. As the Federal government aims to modernize its cybersecurity approach, IT leaders must implement platforms that optimize the security posture of government agencies.
Craig Mueller, Vice President of Federal Sales at iboss, recently connected with MeriTalk, to share his perspectives and insights on how an approach including zero trust and SASE (secure access service edge) can transform the Federal government’s ability to support a hybrid workforce, protect users, and defend critical agency data, while complying with OMB M-22-09.
Mueller explains how iboss efficiently addresses remote work and the massive cultural shift in the Federal government. “That’s really where a zero trust connectivity platform like iBoss comes into play, offering increased security, reduced cost and complexity, improved user experience, and ability to meet the mission that agencies need in this new hybrid workforce reality.” Regardless of user location – agency headquarters, working from home or in a local office – the user is protected. He continues, “We can also deliver this security service in a true, hybrid cloud format, allowing the FedRAMP cloud service to be stretched into an agency’s private cloud with on-premises hardware as it begins to modernize and retire legacy systems.”
Access the MeriTalk article to learn from Craig’s observations, including how the iboss zero trust edge enables the Federal Government’s new, “work from anywhere” environment, simplifies policy enforcement and improves the end user experience while reducing costs.