In this interview, Mat Newfield goes in depth in the zero trust idea and what cyber people need to do to achieve a zero trust state.
John DeSimone, the vice president for Cybersecurity and Special Missions at Raytheon, said agencies have to ask themselves, can their data—not just their systems—survive an attack?
Jason Martin, the vice director of the Development and Business Center at DISA, said the agency is doing a better job in merging data to oversee and manage employee access to systems.
Sudhakar Ramakrishna, the CEO of Pulse Secure, said customers want better tool integration and more control over their devices and access to data so security must adapt to their needs.
NSA contracted with Palo Alto Networks to put a Zero Trust architecture in place to protect all its sensitive medical data.
Dr. Chase Cunningham, principal analyst at Forrester, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss cybersecurity and why federal agencies should set up virtual platforms to test Zero Trust concepts.
The Department of Health and Human Services and the Defense Information Systems Agency are thinking beyond passwords when it comes to network security, and taking a step in identity management that has long been contemplated in government, but not actually implemented.
Chris Townsend, the vice president of federal at Symantec, said with all of these cybersecurity initiatives and expectations agencies must ensure they are on the right path in moving to zero trust, while also addressing challenges around mobility and cloud.
In this Expert Edition: Zero Trust – Privileged Access Management, you’ll hear from the people who are creating the culture, defining the philosophy and building the framework for the government writ large.
Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent said the new white paper from ACT-IAC helps bring together multiple federal cyber efforts under the zero trust umbrella.