The Department of Homeland Security is looking to design recommendations along with new guidelines on the prospect to the Trusted Internet Connections or TIC initiative that will permit to the deployment of future technologies as maintaining acceptable levels of risk.
TIC Program Manager, Mark Bunn noted in the FCW Accelerate GOV conference on this week that his team is referring to the project as TIC 3 and they are going to make advancement towards being unique and different adequate which can support the customers to advance future technologies. Additionally, Bunn said that the program was designed in 2008 and now has been exceeded by technological growth like Cloud Computing. He explained that how his team approaching the update as the TIC 3 program is still in the pre-decisional phase. Bunn also explained that he really desire to encourage clients to adopt the latest technologies.
Bunn described that they are actually pushing to redefine Trusted Internet Connections and going to make different that will help what customers are doing and support future technologies. He also pointed out that his team is looking very closely at, what were the decisions made in 2008? Why did they make those decisions? What was the purpose behind those decisions? And then, going forward that forward into today with answers the same questions by taking the technology off the table. Looking ahead towards the future program, Bunn claimed another approach to the risks posed by new technologies.