If there are two words federal cybersecurity experts hear most frequently today, they are probably “zero trust.” Not only are there plenty of mandates and other requirements to move in that direction, but there are practical reasons as well. It reduces agency risk; provides better control over access, assets and users; and improves the overall cybersecurity posture of the agency.
While all agencies are working toward zero trust, getting all the way there can seem overwhelming, but it’s definitely doable—and it doesn’t have to be all-consuming. By approaching the issue systematically and taking the time to do it right, all agencies can get there.
Download this whitepaper to find out more ways to help your agency achieve the goal.