All Change Here!
Securing Government Email in 2019
If you work in a government department or local authority there are major changes coming to the way you’ll manage and use email. Specifically, the Government Secure Internet (gsi) family of email domains and underlying email infrastructure are being phased out in 2019.
For more than 20 years, “.gsi” has been a part of government email addresses, but Whitehall now believes they are too restrictive. After March 2019 public sector organisations will instead need to use their own domain: ie gov.uk, gov.scot, llyw.cymru, gov.wales.
This Whitepaper, written by ITB Partner Trend Micro delves deeper into this subject and looks at what the changes mean and what you can do to ensure securing the new infrastructure doesn’t become an afterthought.