The Federal government is nearing the halfway point of a three-year plan to move agencies toward zero trust cybersecurity to better protect the nation from cyberattacks. With its recent National Cybersecurity Strategy, the Biden administration reinforced the commitment to zero trust made in last year’s memo from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which required agencies to meet specific zero trust goals by the end of fiscal year 2024.
With Federal leaders working to carry out the mandates, how is the zero trust landscape evolving across the government? And what is the road ahead for accelerating zero trust implementation?
To achieve success with zero trust, experts recommend a comprehensive, integrated approach to protect users and their devices against stolen credentials, phishing, and other identity-based attacks; secure hybrid, multicloud workloads; and identify and act on cyber threats.
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