“The Department of Homeland Security wants to finalize its Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 guidance as soon as possible so pilots for new use cases like zero trust and the Internet of Things (IoT) can ramp up.”
“TIC 3.0 introduces a multi-boundary approach to network security established in guidance released by the Office of Management and Budget in September and fleshed out by DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency in December.”
“CISA’s draft guidance is open to public comment through Jan. 31, and it won’t take more than a year to finalize like its predecessor TIC 2.0 did, said Sean Connelly, TIC program manager, at an ATARC briefing Wednesday.”
“Pilots have been going on since prerelease of the TIC, and it’s been about five or six pilots,” Connelly told FedScoop after his presentation. “Once we start getting momentum — and…” Read the full article here.
Source: Are zero trust, IoT the next TIC 3.0 use cases? – By Dave Nyczepir, January 15, 2020. FedScoop.