Due to the sudden surge of agency employees working remotely as a result of COVID-19, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued new interim TIC 3.0 guidance to give agencies new flexibility to keep employees connected to applications...
Zscaler Security Preview tests vulnerabilities in your network through a simple, comprehensive Web-based tool to help your organization pinpoint security gaps and recommend the appropriate action to properly secure your network and content. In fact, 85% of companies who run this test find vulnerabil...
Zscaler Internet Access delivers your security stack as a service from the cloud, eliminating
the cost and complexity of traditional secure web gateway approaches. By moving security
to a globally distributed cloud, Zscaler™ brings the internet gateway closer to the user for a
Businesses are moving private apps that once ran solely in the data
center to public clouds. At the same time, they are searching for ways
to enable productivity as users work from anywhere and on any device.
The key to success begins with finding the right balance of security and
Zscaler Internet Access provides a secure connection from a remote user’s
endpoint directly to a security stack that sits inline to the internet, without requiring
internet traffic to be backhauled over an organization’s on-premises VPN. Moving
to a security stack-as-a-service model decouples...
The data protection challenges in government organizations are in many ways unique. Cloud benefits such as agility, mobility, cost control, and performance are every bit as important to government agencies as private industry. But the stakes are higher when agencies consider moving critical informat...
The future is here. The new IT enables business growth, but only when leaders look beyond the limits of legacy systems,
legacy security, and legacy thinking.
Reducing the attack surface helps remove
cloud transformation barriers
Government agencies are embracing mobility by providing users with access to agency resources through government-issued smartphones. However, these agencies also need a way to provide security to their users and this mobile traffic. In the past, they achieved this by backhauling mobile traffic to a ...
For those responsible for collecting and disseminating intelligence, the ability to securely connect
to the internet from literally anywhere can be a matter of life and death; the difference between a
successful mission and one that fails; or the difference between accurate intelligence delivered ...