A Practical Guide for Federal Agencies Adopting Zero Trust in the SOC
Modernize the SOC for Zero Trust Security

In today’s highly distributed working environment, the cyberattack surface is expanding rapidly. To keep up, security operations centers (SOCs) need new techniques and technologies. For Federal government SOCs, this means accelerating the zero trust journey required by the Biden Administration’s 2021 cybersecurity executive order. Yet as they implement a zero trust architecture to prevent data breaches and destructive cyberattacks, SOCs are grappling with legacy environments that lack visibility and context, interoperability of systems, automation and orchestration, and the ability to contextualize threat intelligence data.

The way forward to the zero trust future is a defined and unified security policy that embraces artificial intelligence, automation, and orchestration. The Cortex suite of products from Palo Alto Networks can help keep Federal agencies safe from attack by delivering leading endpoint protection and enterprise-wide threat detection and response across network, cloud, endpoint, and virtually any data source. Learn how your agency can monitor the security landscape and get the intelligence you need to respond before a breach can occur.


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