As Zero-Trust becomes a bigger part of government agencies’ cybersecurity portfolio, technologists are looking for a roadmap on how to implement this often complicated process. Zero-Trust is an operating principle and philosophy created as a way to overcome the inadequacy of not only a network perimeter-based approach to cybersecurity but also horizontally ‘flat’ access within a network. Adoption of Zero -Trust is a process, and full implementation is difficult! However, many government organizations may be farther along in implementing the basics of the Zero-Trust model than they realize.
Watch this webcast recording today to hear Fortinet and government experts have a level setting discussion of Zero-Trust networking access and its key concepts. They talked through lessons learned from government organizations already implementing Zero Trust and insights on how to begin your own journey.