Event Date: February 15, 2018
Hosted By: Zscaler
Location: Sacramento, CA
State agencies are quickly learning that as you make the transition to cloud-based applications for line of business requirements, the traditional hub and spoke model of premise-based security appliances no longer makes sense. How are you answering the following questions to keep up:
How do you make sure your employees safely conduct business on the internet via open internet, SaaS apps, or IaaS (AWS/Azure)?
How do you provide visibility, consistency, and control over employees who are using multiple mobile and BYOD devices?
How do you decrease latency as your network disappears into the cloud, especially with SaaS apps, such as O365?
How do you provide visibility, consistency, and control when your employees are working remotely from Starbucks, home, or a branch location?
How do you protect your employees from the ramped explosion of malware, spyware, phishing links, and botnet callbacks?
Attendees of this event joined Zscaler for a Cloud Gov Day Lunch and Learn event to answer some of these questions and discuss Zscalers Cloud Based Security Platform.
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