As Federal agencies have adopted cloud, mobile, and SaaS technologies as well as supported a larger remote workforce, their end users, applications, and data increasingly live outside of the traditional agency network boundary. TIC 2.0 and previous iterations of network architectures have focused on securing a physical, hub-and-spoke agency network perimeter leading to network bandwidth constraints, lack of agility, a degraded end user experience, and increasing costs. The TIC 3.0 initiative aims to provide a more modern approach to network security and a better end user experience, giving agencies more flexibility to enforce security capabilities outside the traditional agency perimeter in these dispersed environments.
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Many organizations are unsure of how to approach implementing a TIC 3.0 security architecture. Our team of experts can help every step of the way – from understanding key concepts to selecting the right technology – no matter the starting point. Explore below how our phased approach to adopting TIC 3.0 allows organizations to establish a global strategy and technical roadmap.