Secure Mobile, Wired & Wireless Networking in the Public Sector
Today, within agencies, many records management systems are moving to a digital format. With this fundamental change in information sharing and storing, agencies must follow proper cybersecurity governance and manage networking risks to protect sensitive information regarding operations, personal information, criminal records, and to keep records accurate for the purpose of developing cases.
The Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS) Security Policy was designed to ensure the protection of CJI, for this reason, agencies must be conformant with CJIS Security Policy within their agency operations.
Attend this webinar to learn how agencies can leverage and manage secure, Gigabit LTE router solutions — while transferring and storing data digitally or utilizing the cloud— and comply with CJIS Security Policy guidelines.
RecordedApr 15 201958 mins
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Cradlepoint’s Alex Terrell, Global Sales Engineering Specialist, and Keith Plaskett, Senior Solutions Engineer
Crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic underscore one of the most important healthcare trends in some time: temporary networks for pop-up care. In parking lots and many other places, mobile medical providers are relying on connected devices and applications to do their live-saving work. However, this only works with secure, reliable network access and Wi-Fi.
Join us April 16 for a webinar exploring how healthcare providers are using centrally managed, LTE-enabled networking solutions with built-in Wi-Fi and integrated security to immediately enable the pop-up healthcare services our world is relying on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar will explore:
— Steps for setting up a temporary network using LTE
— Data security options for a variety of scenarios
— How cloud-based network control speeds up deployment
Michael Dickens and Steve Carr of Cradlepoint and Rene Sanchez, COO of South Bend Community Schools
The emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic has caused public schools nationwide to close for the time being. Now, communities are facing an on-line education environment; however, not all students have equal resources at home.
Join this webinar to learn how Cradlepoint can help deliver connectivity to students who otherwise wouldn’t have the Internet at home via school buses with cellular-connected routers and Wi-Fi access capability parked in students' neighborhoods.
We will also hear from South Bend Community Schools Corporation in Indiana to learn how they deliver Wi-Fi access to students at home by using this school bus method.
At-home students can receive:
- Secure network access to complete lessons from a phone, tablet, or computer
- Content filtering to limit what websites can be accessed
- Threat protection
Anthony Lawson, Technical Marketing Engineer, Cradlepoint
Working from home has been a monumental shift during the COVID-19 pandemic. Challenges such as available bandwidth and data security make it difficult for some employees to perform their duties away from the office — especially if a VPN is needed.
Watch our webinar April 2 to learn how organizations can use LTE-enabled networking solutions to easily get at-home employees set up with highly secure and reliable network connectivity — without involving the IT team.
Join this webinar to explore:
— Best practices for setting up enterprise-class connectivity at home
— Security measures to consider
— How centralized network management tools ease the burden on IT teams
Ken Rehbehn, Directing Analyst, IHS Markit, Mark Tesh, L3Harris, Todd Krautkremer, Cradlepoint
The global emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic has brought into focus the importance of LTE mission-critical communications. Emergency and first responders are utilizing LTE-enabled networks to instantly deploy diagnostic systems and response teams in parking lots, vacant buildings, military bases, and other first-line-of-defense environments.
The use of mission-critical LTE is growing within public safety agencies as a
complement to LMR and P25 communications, driven by the adoption of digital technologies as well as FirstNet and other nationwide public safety broadband networks. The growth rate is faster for vehicles, where LTE-based mobile routers are enabling robust in-vehicle networks.
Join us to discover how LTE is transforming mission-critical communications
within public safety. Speakers will discuss:
- Commercial and nationwide public safety broadband cellular networks
trends, including 5G
- Specific use cases enabled by LTE, including use cases in response to the
- How LMR and P25 devices are integrating LTE to expand first responder
Dee Dee Pare', Senior Product Marketing Manager, Cradlepoint
The impact of COVID-19 is the latest reminder that healthcare must be as flexible as available tools will allow. From pop-up networks, mobile screenings, and mobile health vehicles to telemedicine and IoT, technology is pushing the boundaries of how and where healthcare is offered. Whether inside a clinic or far beyond, healthcare requires flexible, reliable, and secure connectivity. In many situations, LTE and 5G are the best solution.
Join this webinar to explore:
— Best practices for getting a temporary network up and running during COVID-19 response
— Ideal scenarios for using Wireless WAN in healthcare
— How 5G will impact technologies and innovations that healthcare providers need for expanding access and improving patient satisfaction
James Weaver, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Cradlepoint
With Cradlepoint’s recent announcement of 5G edge networking solutions for business, your company’s 5G future starts now. It’s an exciting time for organizations that are considering Wireless WAN. However, first things first. Join our March 19 webinar to explore a variety of timely topics, including:
— How the first 5G for business solutions can fit into your IT roadmap
— The different variations of 5G
— What the Pathway to 5G looks like for organizations of all shapes and sizes
Todd Krautkremer, Cradlepoint, Joe Morris, Center for Digital Gov't, Deb Snyder, Center for Digital Gov't
There’s a spotlight on cybersecurity that is pushing local, county, and state officials to update and fortify elections systems. To support these agencies, the federal government has issued millions in grant dollars for elections security and there’s still time for agencies to improve their elections systems.
In this webinar presenters will:
• Illustrate successful, secure elections system network deployment use cases at large and small scales
• Examine common myths vs. facts about networking and voting systems
• Explore the value of edge networking solutions that offer integrated security features and support additional security tools
Today’s retail technologies and wireless WAN are well-suited partners. Retailers need reliable, easy-to-manage connectivity at the edge of their networks so enhanced POS, digital signs, kiosks, and numerous omni-channel devices applications can drive efficiency and customer satisfaction. With the right solutions and best practices in place, wireless WANs — including Gigabit-Class LTE and 5G — offer the flexibility, performance, and security necessary to enable all of these tools.
In this webinar, you will learn how centrally managed wireless edge solutions give companies a variety of options for entering the pathway to 5G for business — enabling all of the technologies and innovations you envision for digital transformation inside and beyond retail stores.
Roger Billings, Chief Solutions Architect, Cradlepoint
With lives at stake, IoT devices everywhere, and sensitive information at risk, healthcare IT&S teams need flexible solutions that safely connect everything at the edge of the network — from mobile clinics and ambulances to hospitals and diagnostic telemedicine.
Join this webinar to explore how LTE and 5G can help healthcare organizations save lives, improve patient satisfaction, and move their work beyond clinics and hospitals to reach patients wherever they are.
Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing, Cradlepoint
From brick-and-mortar banks and insurance offices to pop-up locations and IoT devices such as ATMs, kiosks, digital signs, and surveillance cameras, digital transformation enables financial organizations to improve their services, extend their reach, and modernize their business operations.
Whether you’re deploying cutting-edge fintech applications and IoT devices or standard office tools in innovative ways, secure and constant connectivity — including wireless broadband — is essential. The flow of information your company must gather and send simply cannot be disrupted.
Join Cradlepoint’s Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing,
for this webinar about what financial service organizations are doing to leverage IoT, LTE, and 5G for improved customer service and business efficiency at the edge of their networks.
Chris Rorris, Solution Architect Manager, Cradlepoint
The evolution of wireless broadband is helping retailers — both inside and beyond brick and mortar stores — keep technologies such as IoT devices, back-office applications, POS, video surveillance, guest WiFi, and more connected at all times. From backup or primary Internet access in stores to vital uptime in pop-up locations and kiosks, LTE and 5G have roles to play in almost every retail business.
In this webinar, learn how 5G’s ability to deliver high speeds and reduced latency will enable retailers to fully leverage current and future cloud opportunities with confidence. Also, learn why the Pathway to 5G starts with the performance, availability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness of cloud-managed Gigabit-Class LTE.
Anthony Lawson Manager, Technical Marketing Engineering, Cradlepoint
As restaurants find more and more reasons and ways to use LTE to improve customer service and business efficiency, they also are asking how to prepare for 5G.
In this webinar, you will learn how edge solutions that are on the Pathway to 5G enable restaurants to confidently leverage connected IoT technologies and cloud applications now while also planning for the future.
Join Niklas Kopp, Federal Account Manager, and Aaron Maben, Federal Solutions Engineer, Cradlepoint
Federal agencies and military divisions maintain some of the most distributed, yet secure networks in the world, but how do these networks maintain resilient connectivity while meeting their security requirements and driving down overhead costs? By leveraging commercial Internet services, cellular 4G LTE and 5G connectivity, cloud orchestration, and SD-WAN functionality, federal customers can increase the resiliency, speed, and functionality of their network without compromising their security posture.
When combined with existing networking infrastructure and encryption technology that Federal agencies already have in-place, Cradlepoint’s cloud-managed SD-WAN endpoints provide redundant and resilient backhaul for already encrypted Federal data. This provides Federal customers the flexibility to leverage NetCloud to manage their SD-WAN routers while still meeting their security requirements and improving their ability to accomplish their mission and/or meet their directives.
Join Niklas Kopp, Federal Account Manager, and Aaron Maben, Federal Solutions Engineer, at Cradlepoint for this webinar as they discuss several different use cases Federal agencies can, and have utilized, while integrating with and improving their existing network infrastructure.
The upswell of interest in CBRS shared spectrum — especially since the initial commercial deployment approval from the FCC in September 2019 — is helping organizations envision the vast potential for using Private LTE (P-LTE.).
Factors including reliability, performance, coverage, security, network control, and mobility give P-LTE a clear upper hand over traditional wireless LAN options such as WiFi, particularly for enterprises that cover a large area. However, many businesses and agencies that are interested in P-LTE are asking the same questions: What do I need for Private LTE, and how do I get started?
In this webinar, Cradlepoint’s Devang Bhatt will explore not only what you need for Private LTE deployment, but what you need to know.
Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing, Cradlepoint
Digital transformation is about real life, not abstract ideas and pie-in-the-sky goals. Businesses are clamoring for technologies and applications — and the network connectivity that keeps them humming — that will streamline their operations from top to bottom, including:
— Innovative retailers that are harnessing the cloud to drive sales to make more money
— Traditional enterprises that are using data to improve efficiency and save money
— Organizations that are improving customer satisfaction to build loyalty
In this webinar with Cradlepoint’s Donna Johnson, VP of Product & Solution Marketing, let’s explore the tactics of organizations using emerging digital technologies and LTE connectivity to prove digital transformation is more than a tech buzzword.
Jason Johnston Senior Enterprise Support Engineer, Mobile Specialist Cradlepoint
As push-to-talk services evolve, the wireless industry is heading toward uncharted territory. Most major manufacturers are preparing for this shift with new products and technologies to address the changing marketplace. In this series, understand the transformation happening in the PTT field as LMR evolves, Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) use increases with LTE, and Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk becomes a reality.
Lindsay Notwell, Senior VP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations, Cradlepoint
Statistics, sound bites, and promises about 5G are popping up everywhere. However, businesses and agencies that are considering 5G need more than hype. Before their next tech refreshes, organizations need answers to several key questions, such as:
— What are the timelines for fixed and in-vehicle 5G?
— What are the differences between millimeter wave and sub-6 spectrum, and why does it matter?
— What are carriers doing to prepare for 5G?
— What will initial enterprise 5G deployments look like?
Join this live webinar — featuring Cradlepoint’s Lindsay Notwell, Senior VP of 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Operations — to explore six essential facts that will help organizations prepare for 5G.
—— About the Speaker ——
Prior to Cradlepoint, Lindsay Notwell spent 17 years at Verizon, where he led the strategy, planning, and implementation of the world’s first large-scale 4G LTE network. Notwell comes to Cradlepoint with more than 30 years of operational, marketing, and sales experience within the computer and communications market. Notwell holds a bachelor's degree in psychology/sociology, and an MBA from Ohio State University.
Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Adrian Comley, BT | Ricky Watts, Wind River | Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint
5G is driving the future of the Internet of Things, and it’s time for industrial firms to start planning the next step in their Industry 4.0 journey. With investment in the back-end infrastructure - required for edge computing and mobile cloud - not taking place until down the line, how do organizations confidently plan for and navigate how 5G will transform their businesses?
Join this live panel discussion as experts share:
- The sorts of preparations industries should be making for 5G
- What their expectations and requirements should be
- How to manage Big Data Analytics in 5G
Steve Brumer, Partner, BH IoT Group (moderator)
Adrian Comley, General Manager, Dynamic Network Services, BT
Ricky Watts, Vice President, Industrial Solutions, Wind River
Ken Hosac, VP of IOT Strategy, Cradlepoint
Making sure data, networks, and things are secure is the top priority of almost any organization. But implementing security without adding layers of complexity is a challenge. Join this webinar as Cradlepoint and Zscaler demonstrate how to use cloud services to ensure network and data security for branch, mobile, and IoT networks.
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
— How Cradlepoint NetCloud Service integrates security into its edge solutions
— What are the best practices for ensuring security for fixed and LTE networks
— Why Internet breakout from a branch can be more secure than backhauling data
— How to offer guests and employees WiFi without adding risk
— The benefits of consolidating routing and security into a single edge appliance
Todd Kelly, Cradlepoint; Dr. Chase Cunningham, Noted Cybersecurity Leader
As if network security wasn’t already difficult enough, the ongoing wave of IoT deployments has introduced a new onslaught of challenges.
With everyone from network administrators to nontechnical marketing professionals implementing devices and applications at a rapid rate — and in far-flung locations — protecting data is more difficult than ever before. Further, with IoT device guidelines still being formed, managing risk requires new levels of vigilance.
Join this webinar as Cradlepoint’s Todd Kelly and Dr. Chase Cunningham, a noted cybersecurity leader, explore best practices for IoT security. Webinar attendees will learn about:
•IT-approved tools for enterprise-class connectivity
•Zero trust security measures
•The importance of visibility into and control of IoT devices
•Meeting PCI, HIPAA, and other guidelines even amid the IoT revolution
•Challenges of in-vehicle IoT
Enabling the Elastic Edge for Connecting People, Places & Things.
Cradlepoint is the leading provider of cloud-based wired and wireless WAN networking solutions for Distributed and Mobile Enterprises. Cradlepoint solutions provide the strongest wireless and broadband performance while delivering proven network system interoperability. Cradlepoint’s broad family of high-performance router platforms are designed for deployment in mission-critical applications that require 24x7 connectivity. With both integrated wireless and wired WAN and non-integrated versions, our solutions are ideal for distributed and mobile operations and emerging industries that require either remote connectivity or multi-WAN redundancy. Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform enables enterprise network administrators to easily create, monitor, manage, and maintain their distributed network running on different WAN sources from a single location.
Founded in 2006, Cradlepoint has shipped over 1.4 million routing platforms and offers solutions certified and promoted by major worldwide carriers. Cradlepoint is a privately held company with headquarters in Boise, Idaho.