identity and access management
What’s holding agencies back in adopting zero trust?
More agencies plan to move to the security model in the next nine months, but a large number still have no plans at all.
FICAM policy offers a balance between security and user experience
Broader guidelines on identity, credential and access management tools bolster agency IT modernization moves, says an expert in a new podcast.
Suzette Kent outlines federal government’s zero-trust progress
"This isn't one of the areas where we're talking only conceptually," the Federal CIO said.
Technology and policy advances enable federal moves to achieve zero-trust
Zero-trust guidelines from OMB and NIST, and Cisco’s integration of Duo Security cloud-based identity solutions, bolster agency efforts to move beyond perimeter defense.
Survey finds federal agencies embracing zero-trust security model
Recent federal mandates and shifts in commercial practices are driving agencies to move away from perimeter defense to identity-based authentication strategies.
DOJ to focus on zero-trust, identity pilots in 2020
DOJ’s attack surface has “expanded dramatically” at the same time its security perimeter has disappeared, according to its CISO.