A Proactive Approach to Security

A Proactive Approach to Security

In today’s world, federal agencies across the DoD, Intel, and Civilian landscape are constantly under attack. The technology solutions they need – from collaboration tools, cloud computing, networking, enterprise applications, and the modern data center – need security woven into their framework to protect against data loss.

As the network security company, Force 3 takes a proactive approach to building a security framework across your enterprise using the principles of zero-trust so that threats – whether coming from inside or outside of your network – are discovered and dealt with before they become a problem. Our security solutions meet federal security guidelines, and our cleared engineers are certified to deploy, monitor, and maintain the security technology you require to achieve your mission.

  • Firewalls
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Packet Capture
  • Network Flow
  • Application Patching
  • Systems Updates
  • Remediation
  • Reporting
  • Port Security
  • Intrusion Prevention
  • Data Tagging and Protection
  • Log Management
  • Data Analytics

ACCESS CONTROL USE CASE: U.S. FOREST SERVICES

FEDERAL AGENCIES NEED TO PROTECT LEGACY IT AS THEY MODERNIZE

SECURITY AT THE APPLICATION LEVEL, NOT THE USER LEVEL

 

When the U.S. Forest Service decided to invest in a new access control solution, scalability was a major consideration. This agency faces a unique challenge when it comes to maintaining government-issued devices and ensuring they are secure and compliant before being used on the network. Learn how Force 3 helped the U.S. Forest Service achieve scalable network access control with Cisco ISE.

 

Cybersecurity threats grow more sophisticated every year. And while the federal government has pushed forward with efforts to modernize IT, some legacy systems pose unique challenges. Often, these systems remain static even as the landscape around them continues to change. Eric Stuhl, director of enterprise networking and security at Force 3, discusses how agencies can continue to protect legacy IT as they modernize.

 

Once upon a time, all it took to keep your agency protected against attacks was to build a really good perimeter that stood between everything in your enterprise and anything that didn’t belong. Now, threats can come through the front door undetected.
Force 3 discusses ways to improve your authentication protocols with multi-factor authentication using the DUO Security authentication solutions.

  Access Control Use Case   Protecting Federal Legacy IT   Security at the Application Level

ACCESS CONTROL USE CASE: U.S. FOREST SERVICES

 

When the U.S. Forest Service decided to invest in a new access control solution, scalability was a major consideration. This agency faces a unique challenge when it comes to maintaining government-issued devices and ensuring they are secure and compliant before being used on the network. Learn how Force 3 helped the U.S. Forest Service achieve scalable network access control with Cisco ISE.

FEDERAL AGENCIES NEED TO PROTECT LEGACY IT AS THEY MODERNIZE

 

Cybersecurity threats grow more sophisticated every year. And while the federal government has pushed forward with efforts to modernize IT, some legacy systems pose unique challenges. Often, these systems remain static even as the landscape around them continues to change. Eric Stuhl, director of enterprise networking and security at Force 3, discusses how agencies can continue to protect legacy IT as they modernize.

SECURITY AT THE APPLICATION LEVEL, NOT THE USER LEVEL

 

Once upon a time, all it took to keep your agency protected against attacks was to build a really good perimeter that stood between everything in your enterprise and anything that didn’t belong. Now, threats can come through the front door undetected.
Force 3 discusses ways to improve your authentication protocols with multi-factor authentication using the DUO Security authentication solutions.

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