The shift to remote work has enabled continuity of government during these challenging times but also has expanded the cybersecurity threat surface that federal IT and infosec professionals must monitor and protect. According to a recent SAIC survey, 82% of the federal executives polled expect telework to continue post-pandemic. This means federal agencies must continue to build upon their Defense-in-Depth (DiD) security strategies by not only securing government-furnished equipment (GFE), but by gaining control, visibility, and resiliency in the remote network solutions they deploy.
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Join Cradlepoint to explore the bright future of remote work while managing the risks of working from anywhere (WFX) by leveraging Wireless WAN including 5G for fast, reliable, and secure connectivity.
Mark DeVol is the Federal Area Vice President for Cradlepoint and also has direct sales responsibility for the Department of Defense. Mark has over 29 years of experience working with the DoD, Federal Civilian Departments, State & Local agencies, wireless and cable operators, educational institutions and utility companies. Mark brings a wealth of knowledge of the wireless industry and the cellular technologies deployed today. He also understands the great impact that deploying technologies such as 4G LTE and 5G can bring to the DoD and other U.S. government agencies.
Aaron is the Corporate Solutions Engineer for Security at Cradlepoint and approaches everything with what the well-known poet and philosopher, Deadpool, calls "maximum effort". Whether leading an intra-departmental security team, building interoperability solutions for the highest echelons of government or just mowing the lawn, he always approaches projects with 100% focus and dedication. At Cradlepoint, Aaron helps clients reduce the complexity of their distributed networks, decrease workload of over-extended IT teams and increase operational efficiency while delivering ROI via cloud-managed, software-defined endpoints.