Zero Trust in the Federal Government

Top Takeaways

Executive Order 14028 is one of several recent policy documents that introduce a sweeping reimagination of cybersecurity at the federal level, requiring agencies to strengthen their cybersecurity postures along their supply chain.  Zero trust principles reframe security around the user and device, rather than on a traditional network perimeter – an approach that has become more important than ever with the rise of remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a massive undertaking for the federal government, and agencies have both mandates and timelines. But how ready are federal agencies to meet these goals? What challenges are they facing in their zero trust journeys?

Download these Top Takeaways to learn more about:

  • Federal IT expert views on agency readiness 
  • Challenges facing agencies on their zero trust journey
  • Confidence in agency goals
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