Deploying Modern Identity for National Security
Identity Is a DoD Cornerstone of Modernization and Cyber Resiliency

Across the Federal government, and especially at the Department of Defense (DoD), modernization of aging infrastructure is a critical mission, one that must be safely accomplished to better serve our nation. Modernization is deeply intertwined with cybersecurity, which is essential to guard against increasingly complex cyber threats targeting the wealth of highly sensitive information that DoD holds.

The common thread that binds modernization and cyber resiliency is identity, which is the first pillar of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Zero Trust Maturity Model – and is a strategic asset essential to achieving DoD’s warfighting mission. To better protect identity data and provide secure access to mission-relevant resources for approved users, Okta developed Okta for U.S. Military, a next-generation security architecture designed specifically for the DoD.

Learn how the military’s focus on identity will help it defend against increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks and why secure identity platforms have become critical infrastructure in the digital age.

 

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