Business Continuity in Uncertain Times: Secure, Reliable, and High Performing Remote Access


This event qualifies for 1 CPEs


If you are experiencing remote work performance or availability problems, than the scale and reliability of a cloud solution may ease your burden. Akamai's Enterprise Application Access (EAA) solution can provide access to critical applications no matter where they are hosted, maintain the continuity of agency's core functions, and leverage a Zero Trust approach to maintain security.

 

Join Akamai and Carahsoft for a discussion on how your business continuity needs can be managed with any device, BYOD or otherwise. During this webinar, we will cover how EAA supports three important remote access goals: 
 
  • Security - Supports a Zero Trust security model and reduces the lateral attack surface by verifying and authorizing application only access and locking down the network to all inbound traffic
  • Simplicity - Eliminates the complexity of application delivery, allowing admins to quickly create, deploy, and scale applications across a hybrid cloud
  • Performance - Natively employs a variety of acceleration techniques, including TCP optimization and data compression, which result in a significantly improved end user experience

Interested in earning CPE credits? By attending the event, you will be eligible to earn 1 CPE credit. 

CPE is a globally recognized unit of measure for continuing education for security professionals. Please see the (ISC)2 for more information regarding the certification process.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Douglas Holland, Solutions Engineer, Akamai

Relevant Government Agencies

DOD & Military, Federal Government, State & Local Government


Event Type
Webcast


This event has no exhibitor/sponsor opportunities


When
Thu, Apr 16, 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET


Cost
Complimentary:    $ 0.00


Website
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Event Sponsors

Akamai


Organizer
Akamai Government Team at Carahsoft


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