The push for innovation has made our world more interconnected than ever. IT advancements in cloud, IoT and mobility have forced interdependency among federal agencies and reliance on various outside vendors and contractors to enhance productivity and ensure efficiency. With innovation comes vulnerability, such as cyber breaches and compromised information - so how can federal agencies stay technologically progressive, but still remain secure?
In the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP), the implementation of network segmentation is prioritized as it limits the lateral movement across networks and protects customer data. Network segmentation physically separates computer networks without disrupting user productivity, and is considered a best practice for cyber risk management and security.
In this webcast, we’ll explore how government can remain innovative in this time of uncertainty as well as define network segmentation and its role in federal government.