Zero trust – a cybersecurity framework based on a “never trust, always verify” approach to network access – is a top priority for Federal technology leaders whose agencies are under the constant threat of a cyberattack.
No one product delivers a zero trust architecture. Instead, zero trust involves taking a layered approach that builds security across five interrelated pillars: identity/user, device, network, application, and data.
While the identity pillar is the most critical, the data pillar is the most challenging. Explore the steps to protect data from the network to the edge with zero trust principles to achieve full zero trust maturity in your agency.
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