As agencies focus on enterprise identity, network architecture and improving how they manage and secure data, OMB is putting the finishing touches on a new secure software development policy. We get details from Federal CISO Chris DeRusha during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
“Automation is the future. There’s just too many things happening on our network every day for the human analysts to go through, to analyze what’s happening,” says Mike Witt, NASA’s cybersecurity leader, during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
All agencies are different and so it makes sense that they won’t all be taking the same path to zero trust, says NARA’s Sheena Burrell. During the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange, she shares some tips and advice. (Pssst: Apply for a TMF loan).
The National Security Agency has been preaching zero trust for several years, but Zero Trust Lead Kevin Bingham says adoption accelerated after the May 2021 cybersecurity executive order. We chat with Bingham during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange about what’s on the horizon.
CISA is hosting webinars, promoting guidance and updating its programs to help agencies know what’s necessary to meet the goals of the White House’s Zero Trust Strategy. We get the details from CISA’s John Simms at the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
The Department of the Navy is creating identity services to support organizations and users across the Navy and Marine Corps — but also that will integrate with zero trust efforts across DoD. We talk to a trio of leaders focused on this work during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
In its next version of the Zero Trust Maturity Model, slated for release by the fall, CISA aims to balance broad support with bespoke help for agencies, CISA’s Eric Goldstein says at the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
By leaning into the DevSecOps path already paved by Platform One, the Air Force’s zero trust team intends to pilot and then scale out zero trust across the service. We talk with the service’s Raju Ranjan and Capt. Christopher Kodama during the Zero Trust Cyber Exchange.
The Technology Modernization Fund Board made three awards to USDA, DHS and FTC for a total of $94.8 million for network and cyber efforts.
Dr. Matthew McFadden, vice president for cyber at GDIT, explains how artificial intelligence and machine learning can dynamically analyze behaviors across the network, identify unusual activity that poses a risk, and automatically take action to contain threats.
During this exclusive webinar, we will explore some of the challenges that organizations have faced in moving toward zero trust and evolving their identity and access management strategies. Agency leaders will discuss their considerations and recommendations for balancing security with customer service for both their citizens and their employees.
Achieving a secure zero trust environment requires a crucial shift in how government agencies and commercial enterprises view and execute network security, starting with contextualizing network activity.
There’s an unsettling reality that the federal technology community is facing: the SolarWinds and Kaseya breaches could have happened to almost any other company
At first blush, it might seem like agency chief data officers would be hampered by the move to a “zero trust” cybersecurity posture.