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* This initiative is based on trust zones and so is not directly compatible with a [[Zero Trust Architecture]]
 
* This initiative is based on trust zones and so is not directly compatible with a [[Zero Trust Architecture]]
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* The TIC 3.0 Remote User Use Case (Remote User Use Case) defines how network and multi-boundary security should be applied when an agency permits remote users on their network. A remote user is an agency user that performs sanctioned business functions outside of a physical agency premises. Theremote user scenario has two distinguishing characteristics:
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# Remote user devices are not directly connected to network infrastructure that is managed and aintained by the agency.
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# Remote user devices are intended for individual use (i.e., not a server)
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 14:29, 6 October 2022

Full Title

Trusted Internet Connections (TIC), originally established in 2007, is a federal cybersecurity initiative intended to enhance network and perimeter security across the Federal Government.

Context

Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 Remote User Use Case[1]

  • This initiative is based on trust zones and so is not directly compatible with a Zero Trust Architecture
  • The TIC 3.0 Remote User Use Case (Remote User Use Case) defines how network and multi-boundary security should be applied when an agency permits remote users on their network. A remote user is an agency user that performs sanctioned business functions outside of a physical agency premises. Theremote user scenario has two distinguishing characteristics:
  1. Remote user devices are not directly connected to network infrastructure that is managed and aintained by the agency.
  2. Remote user devices are intended for individual use (i.e., not a server)

References

  1. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Version 1.0 Remote User Use Case (2021-10) https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/publications/CISA%20TIC%203.0%20Remote%20User%20Use%20Case_1.pdf