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Agencies Take on New Zero Trust Directives in Cybersecurity Strategies

Download the latest e-book to learn how federal agencies like NASA and the departments of Defense, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security and others are approaching zero trust within their unique missions.

Inside, hear from:

  • Navy Principal Cyber Advisor Chris Cleary on the Navy's new ICAM strategy and the fundamental role identity plays in achieving a zero trust structure.
  • Government Accountability Office's IT and Cybersecurity Director Jennifer Franks on implementing the cyber executive order and securing the supply chain.
  • NASA Cybersecurity and Privacy Division Associate CIO Mike Witt on NASA's move to a software-defined network access structure as the agency builds the foundation for zero trust.
  • HHS Office of Inspector General CIO Gerald Caron on how zero trust and software supply chain risk management anchor his cyber strategy around agency audits.
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Gerald Caron
Gerald Caron
CIO, Office of the Inspector General, HHS
Chris Cleary
Chris Cleary
Principal Cyber Advisor, U.S. Navy
Alma Cole
Alma Cole
Former CISO, Customs & Border Protection
Jennifer Franks
Jennifer Franks
Director of IT & Cybersecurity, GAO
Mike Witt
Mike Witt
Associate CIO, Cybersecurity & Privacy, NASA

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