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Federal agencies will need to incorporate post-quantum cryptography into their data security frameworks to avoid potential cybersecurity risks from quantum computers.
Testing, scaling and interoperability are the remaining impediments as DISA moves closer to completing its Thunderdome zero trust prototype.
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Zero trust and a strong cybersecurity culture will help the Department of the Navy prepare its data for AI.
Data standards and governance determine federal agencies's readiness for zero trust.
User analytics and AI help Kessel Run improve product design by quickly identifying and analyzing user behavior.
Modernized software development frameworks are leading to improved customer experience.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to zero trust, but it requires close attention to tech and culture.
Defense officials described how zero trust, ICAM solutions, DevSecOps and common data standards will optimize JADC2 implementation.
The zero trust prototype will attempt to harmonize existing security solutions for a cloud-first environment.
FDA, ONC and VA leaders address how they’re improving data flows to bolster IT infrastructures.
Data management is a journey, and DHS components try to learn from each other.
The agency is looking at how AI can free up manual workloads as it develops a larger artificial intelligence strategy.
The agency's CIO discusses how monitoring will be key to its future security strategy.
Zero trust access models are essential to maintaining robust security frameworks.
Best practices include multi-factor authentication and a 'least-privileged' model of managing mobile functions and protecting data.
How the department responded to COVID-19 and collaborated with agencies will inform future strategies for working more efficiently.
The agency outlines exemptions and waivers that maintain strengthened supply chain efforts while also enabling a strong pandemic response.
Federal and industry leaders are bolstering security foundations to protect against evolving ransomware threats.
Public and private data leaders say data security and data readiness are not mutually exclusive.