Telework in DoD and Fed: Security Strategies for the New Reality

Originally Aired August 13, 2020

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Long after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, telework will be a lasting fixture in the workforce. DoD and Federal agencies alike must adjust to the new reality of employees working remotely and information technology managers need to address how to secure their extended networks as they implement policies and tools to protect their remote workforce. The goal facing government officials is how to sustain productivity and connectivity during the pandemic and beyond while ensuring security risks are not created in the process.

Join us for a webinar to discuss practical guidance on how to quickly implement and scale strong security protocols to enable long-term remote work. BeyondTrust experts will join DHS CISA and USACE leaders to discuss:

  • Telework security best practices government agencies should consider implementing
  • How agencies can stay compliant with NIST SP 800-53 and NIST SP 800-171
  • Enforcing least privilege by giving users the right level of access
  • Secure Remote Access – the foundation for effective remote working


Christopher Hills
Deputy Chief Technology Officer
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Mr. Dovarius L. Peoples
Chief Information Officer (CIO)/G6
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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Robert K. Ackerman
Editor in Chief
SIGNAL Magazine
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John Simms
Senior Technical Advisor, Office of the Chief Technology Officer

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