The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the traditional way of working for Canada’s Public Sector. The Departments and Agencies of the Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments in Canada require significant levels of security for communications, collaboration and remote work.
With the second wave in full swing and the majority of employees continuing to work from home, what are the current solutions that are enabling remote work, and how are they performing?
The traditional approach of deploying technology and securing access is no longer practical, and the logistics alone of configuring, shipping and managing hundreds of thousands of devices is daunting. The complexity of adding many more VPN connections is also something to consider. Add to this the thousands of military and civilian contractors and the costs can quickly get out of hand.
How is the public sector adapting to remote work, and what are the current solutions that are being used for remote work? Is this technology secure and scalable, and what are the alternatives?
Join Tehama, Bluink, Cloudshift and Invest Ottawa for a panel discussion on the current and future state of secure remote work in Canada’s public sector.
In this live panel discussion we will explore:
The current status of remote work in the public sector, and what the future looks like
Best practices for authenticating and securing remote work for large organizations within the public sector
How employees, contractors, and third-party service providers in the public sector are adapting to remote work
How the Cloud and emerging technologies are enabling the highest level of security and compliance for remote work