OMB announced in September new guidance for how agencies can adopt four popular cloud models while still meeting security standards. That guidance is known as the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initiative 3.0.
The purpose of the TIC initiative is to enhance network security across the federal government. While previous iterations had focused on the consolidation of external connections and the deployment of common tools at access points, the program is now adapting to modern frameworks for government IT resources like the cloud. In this training, we share how agencies use TIC 3.0 to fuel IT modernization and transformation efforts.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
About the Speakers:
Stephen Kovac, Vice President of Global Government and Compliance Zscaler
Stephen has responsibility for overall strategy, productizing, and certification of the Zscaler platform across all global governments. Additionally, he leads Zscaler’s global compliance program. Currently, Stephen is working on Zscaler’s FedRAMP Certifications, TIC Overlay program and runs the ISO, SOC II, FIPS, CJIS, ITAR, DFARS, and GDPR certifications.
John MacKinnon, Global Telecommunications Partner Development Manager, Worldwide Public Sector, AWS
A 20+ year veteran of telecom and cloud in Government, John leads the AWS partnership in Public Sector partnership with carriers worldwide. John also brings a strong acquisition knowledge having successfully negotiated over 300 Federal and SLED IT contracts on over 30 different contract vehicles.
John Monroe, Director of Content GovLoop
John, who joined GovLoop in October 2019 as Director of Content, has been covering the government IT market for more than 25 years as a writer and editor. He previously has served as editor-in-chief of Federal Computer Week and as editor of Civic.com, a state and local IT publication, Government Health IT, and Defense Systems.