The Future of Zero-trust Virtual GFE: Gain Cross-Domain Access from a Single Device (C12b)
Many service members and government contractors access mission-critical information via IL5 or IL6 from on-premise hardware. When that user is deployed or travels overseas, how do you effectively transition their access to secure IL5 cloud? Armed Forces and Government capabilities depend upon commercial, industry, and government infrastructure for high-performance cloud computing – on-prem, in the cloud, and hybrid. The current environment is expensive, static infrastructure for each of these data containers (i.e., unclassified, secret, coalition). And the authorized user needs either a physical or a virtual laptop for each of these containers. How do you seamlessly enable secure, cross-domain access to these separate data containers from any edge device? The answer is zero-trust virtual GFE.
Join this talk to discover the benefits of deploying virtual GFE to enable cross-domain access from a SINGLE device with no data at rest. Using 100% separate, zero-trust, virtual mobile OS workspaces, authorized remote users can seamlessly switch between different instances and security enclaves (i.e., NIPRNet, SIPRNet) from the same device.