Adoption of Zero-Trust Architecture In Government Agencies
Zero-Trust Architecture In Government Agencies

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has directed agencies to achieve Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) by 2024. A major goal of ZTA is to secure the most vulnerable part of an organization: employees and contractors. Ensuring secure access to systems, data and applications means securing the credentials and managing the privileges of every person who requires access.

By providing employees with an easy-to-use, zero-trust solution, organizations can ensure all employees and contractors support the five pillars of ZTA when accessing mission-critical data. Learn more about simple, effective measures that can be taken to limit vulnerabilities and the risks inherent in the human element of cybersecurity.


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