Between unprecedented traffic generated from the massive shift to telework and concerns from the SolarWinds breach, networks that relied on traditional network security measures and infrastructure were left stressed and vulnerable in 2020. Agencies are now forced to address these new developments with three major emerging trends: security, intelligence, and edge computing. This Federal News Network paper outlines the need for a safe, reliable, and scalable networks.
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