Ensuring a Secure Infrastructure for Employees and Citizens


As IT needs have significantly increased, so has the requirement of a secure infrastructure to support the sudden world of remote living for government agencies and the communities they serve.

States, cities and counties have transitioned most employees to remote work, and are now taking a closer look at preventing cyberattacks as workers log in from their homes and personal devices. Not to mention, the increased traffic to citizen portals also pose additional risks as systems are created and modified to handle the exponential increase in demand. Now more than ever, decision-makers must evaluate security solutions, how to leverage the Cares Act, and ensure continuity of government operations.

Hear the Okta team and Oakland County to discuss digital transformation, as well as security approaches that will help agencies choose the right tools and technology to protect their citizens as we enter a new era in government IT for employees and our communities.