Trust in Cybersecurity

A Conversation on DoD Zero Trust

Many Department of Defense (DoD) agencies have been urgently called to accelerate their modernization strategies in the wake of COVID-19. The pandemic has pushed employees en masse to remote work, expanding the attack surface of data-sensitive networks. Blurred network lines have made it an imperative for agency leaders to rethink their cybersecurity, but how confident are they about the DoD’s progress in achieving a zero trust model? Are new cybersecurity strategies now prioritized amidst drastic changes to the work environment?

To answer these questions and more, Government Business Council (GBC) conducted a qualitative research campaign capturing the perspectives of some of the top DoD IT experts. The experts in the report lead agencies, such as the Air Force and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment.

Download the GBC Expert Dialogue to learn more about:

  • COVID-19 and remote work strategies
  • Zero trust in the DoD
  • Challenges to building a zero trust environment
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