VPN Alternative for Local Governments: Why and How

Enable secure single sign-on connectivity to public sector critical infrastructure for employees & partners

Learn how local governments can improve security, reduce risk, and increase ease of use for all of your users—including staff, contractors, vendors, and partners—without a VPN.

We’ll help you understand the specific risks of VPNs, the ways they have contributed to recent cyber attacks, and a modern alternative to strengthen cybersecurity without restricting access for authorized personnel.

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Webinar Highlights 

Local Governments have many different systems to safeguard and manage. These can include industrial control systems such as SCADA, HMIs in water treatment facilities, ERP systems running payroll, and bylaw enforcement mobile applications, to name a few.

Using a VPN to access these systems can present a number of risks, particularly when used by shared accounts associated with partners. They may need access to things in an otherwise air-gapped network.

After attending this webinar, you’ll understand how to: 

Implement Secure Access for Partners: Deploy multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, least privilege access, and detailed audit trails organization-wide to lock down access.

Enable Single Sign-On from Multiple Identity Providers Simplify the administrative overhead required to support all your users. Enable secure access for water systems, office teams, external vendors, and seasonal workers using their existing email, even on unmanaged devices. Audit per user, not per company.

Eliminate Risk and Strengthen Cybersecurity: Micro-segment access down to the device level, restricting access to only those that need it to protect your systems and resources. Reduce your attack surface and future-proof your infrastructure.

Our Speaker


Don Bowman, CEO at Agilicus

Founder and CEO of Agilicus, Don Bowman is an expert in cloud, security, and networking with 30 years of experience in global Internet, technology, public policy.


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