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Zscaler’s Stephen Kovac: Shared Certification Process, Catalog of Approved Concepts to Drive TIC 3.0 Implementation

Stephen Kovac

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 3, 2019 — Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and compliance at Zscaler (Nasdaq: ZS), has called for a shared certification process that agency chief information officers can use to approve platforms under the Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 policy, ExecutiveBiz reported April 23.

Kovac wrote in a commentary published April 22 that the process to confirm TIC 3.0-compliant solutions should enable a “centralized, government-managed repository” or catalog to store the approved TIC 3.0 concepts that agencies can share, review and compare.

“It is important to store these approved concepts in a catalog of use cases so they can be used across multiple agencies, ultimately creating a better TIC solution with reduced cost and improved customer experience for users across government,” Kovac said.

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