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Raising Their Game: Federal Agencies Move Toward Zero Trust

Federal agencies are emerging from a tough season of security vulnerabilities – SolarWinds and Log4j among them – knowing that bad actors are changing their game plans. At the same time, agencies are improving their cyber playbooks with zero trust guidance from the White House, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and others.

Wayne Lloyd, Federal chief technology officer at RedSeal, likens the zero trust movement to the quest to become a Super Bowl-winning team. It’s about relentless improvement. MeriTalk sat down with Lloyd to discuss the current state of play as agencies work to meet the zero trust mandate and how industry organizations can help.

Download the PDF to read how Federal agencies’ approach to zero trust and cloud security has changed since before the pandemic, and what agencies should keep in mind as they make these changes.

 

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