“Sean Connelly, who heads the TIC Program Office at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), said today that his office is aiming to release a remote-user use case for the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) 3.0 security initiative that will build on interim TIC guidance the agency issued earlier this year to help Federal agencies migrate quickly to large-scale telework.
Speaking at a virtual event organized by Government Executive Media Group, Connelly recapped his office’s planned work on a variety of additional TIC 3.0 use cases. His office is working with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Federal CISO Council on releasing final copies of the Traditional TIC and Remote Office use cases, which were first issued in draft form in late 2019.
Of high interest to Federal agencies staring into the prospect of perhaps many additional months of telework forced by spiking coronavirus infection rates, Connelly said his office hopes to release a draft remote-user use case by the end of 2020. Connelly said that use case will build upon the interim TIC 3.0 guidance issued in April to help with telework implementation…” Read the full article here.
Source: CISA Official: Watch for More TIC 3.0 Telework Guidance By Year-End – By John Curran, November 18, 2020. MeriTalk.