Compliance with security measures shouldn’t keep you from getting the job done.
As of late, contracted trusted integrators have grappled with remote work limitations that keep them out of the required networks they must access to complete their work. When it comes to working for government entities like the military, Department of Defense, or the FBI, trusted integrators are external vendors, and must adhere to rigid network infrastructure security regulations, which have historically made remote work impossible.
To avoid interruption in their business, Trusted Integrators need a strong, CSfC-approved remote infrastructure that gives them the power to access their clients’ networks securely no matter where they are.
As a trusted integrator, how can you provide NSA-approved specific solutions via secure remote network access that allows you to work from anywhere when serving sensitive clients like government entities?