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Zero Trust

Frameworks including zero trust and edge security can vastly improve government cybersecurity.
Zero trust is more than verifying users, it's also verifying infrastructure.
For many agencies, extended telework policies may require reevaluation of cyber risk posture.
Delivering data 'at the speed of need' requires more visibility and usability.
With phishing and the upcoming election, securing infrastructure remains a top necessity that initiatives like TIC 3.0 will advance.
Federal IT leads say the strategy lets agencies ‘use the tools we have’ to modernize security.
Identity-based approach to verification moves beyond perimeters and VPNs.
Vulnerabilities lead to questions about home networks and "bring-your-own-device" policies.
Forward-thinking agencies face fewer vulnerabilities as attacks ramp up in intensity.
Agencies need a robust, ready workforce to take on top IT challenges and goals of the new decade.
A layered defense approach won’t work anymore — zero trust is necessary as the Defense Department moves to the cloud.
Managing the data lifecycle is a mission-critical task for all agencies.
GSA's approach to managing passwords resembles shared services.