“The present and future state of Federal IT has monumental challenges to address – modernization, data utilization, and automation just to name a few – but none are so critical, or enduring, as cybersecurity. It’s the threat that will never fully go away – and where eternal vigilance, and innovation, are the price of liberty.”
“Agencies are constantly evaluating how they can improve efforts to secure their networks and mission-critical data. And now the stakes are even higher with the increasing acceptance of emerging technologies that are quickly expanding the threat landscape.”
“… In September of this year, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released its Zero Trust Architecture draft, setting the tone for the future of Federal cybersecurity and the journey ahead. With the release by NIST, the Federal government is setting its sights on enterprise wide Zero Trust implementation.” Read the full article here.
Source: Embarking on the Zero Trust Journey: A Guide for Agencies – January 6, 2020. MeriTalk.