In response to the shift to remote work, many cyber experts recommend a zero-trust approach to network access to keep agencies’ networks secure.
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As federal agencies accelerate their effort to move data, applications and services to the cloud, they often run into an obstacle: Their existing cyber policies and processes were developed with a physical IT infrastructure in mind, not the virtual infrastructure that is the basis of so many modern solutions.
The Air Force is in the vanguard of major organizations that are looking to something called zero trust architecture. GovLoop sat down with William Marion, the service’s Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO), to learn more about its strategy.
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A zero trust approach to cybersecurity can help agencies strike a balance between carelessness and caution on their networks.
Traditional approaches to network security just won’t cut it in a world of modern-day threats. Zero trust security measures are the new frontier in this digital age.
A new approach could significantly change the way agencies think about security for the better by establishing a design concept around security.
What exactly is zero trust, and why should you care?
Cybersecurity seems simple enough. The old methodology went something along the lines of installing a strong IT network, training employees to identify and avoid risks, and locking down the most sensitive information in-house.
The following is an excerpt from our recent research brief, Zero Trust: The Security Network Infrastructure of Tomorrow. To read more, download the full report here. Today, in order to protect a network, security teams rely on several different security instruments to keep data secure. These could range from web application firewalls (WAFs), content-filtering gateways orRead… Read more »