Zero trust

Enhanced cybersecurity a top reason for agencies embracing emerging tech, study says

General Dynamics Information Technology’s survey of 425 federal employees found that 65% of federal agencies were “moderately to extremely ready to embrace emerging technologies.”

The future of zero trust is about more than thwarting hackers, officials say

Defense Department officials noted that while progress has been made on deploying zero trust architecture on their networks, its capabilities don't stop with identity management.

How the TMF helps agencies pave the way toward zero trust

The Education Department chief information security credits the Technology Modernization Fund with providing the agency crucial support and fundamental resources to create a more secure architecture.

What It Will Take for NIST, CISA and OMB to Align on Zero Trust

Establishing a successful zero-trust architecture without implementing integrity monitoring is not possible.

Army plans ICAM rethink to support unified network operations

To make mobile device use more secure, the Army is preparing a new identity and access requirements as it adopts zero trust security principles.

White House embeds cyber EO in FISMA reporting

Federal agencies will be reporting on zero-trust adoption and automation efforts in their annual cybersecurity reports to the Office of Management and Budget.

Military service principal cyber advisors take root

Congress established service level principal cyber advisors in the 2020 defense policy bill. FCW sat down with the Army and Navy PCAs to get a sense of what their priorities have been in the past year.