The digital world has no boundaries, and neither do adversaries. As exploits become more complex and sophisticated, so must the methods for securing networks and preventing attacks. The White House issued the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity and mandates such as M-21-21 to help leaders move toward Zero Trust Architecture, but this transition is a continually evolving journey, not a destination, and gathering the context necessary to make well informed security decisions can often be costly and time consuming. What are the key first steps federal IT decision-makers must take to build zero trust in their environment and solutions? In this webcast, leaders will explore how a zero-trust architecture can help your organization improve security without frustrating users. They will outline the first steps to take when approaching zero trust, what zero-trust looks like in practice and the challenges to overcome along the way.