DISA Backs Telework With Endpoint Security, Cloud Services Expansion

DISA Backs Telework With Endpoint Security, Cloud Services Expansion
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The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is expanding its cloud offerings and improving endpoint security to continue supporting telework arrangement, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

Carissa Landymore, cloud storage chief at DISA, said DISA is working to make milDrive a “one-stop shop” for storage needs through the expansion of tools and service offerings in the cloud service.

“We need to expand our portfolio to make sure we can cover all storage requirements,” Landymore said Tuesday in an AFCEA webinar.

DISA also has broadened the use of multifactor authentication pilots as part of the agency’s endpoint security improvement efforts.

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