Navy moving toward zero-trust network, with pandemic as pivot point
The Navy's top IT official said the service will use the modernization prompted by the pandemic to move to a zero-trust model for security.
SD-WAN is a pandemic-ready network security technology
A former national cyberthreat intelligence adviser urges federal agency leaders to adapt a platform mindset that fully embraces software-defined networking.
The limits of VPNs elevate the importance of zero trust
The challenge of providing secure VPN tunnels to remote workers at scale illustrates why zero-trust security controls offer a smarter option.
Thinking strategically: zero trust is a long game
How agencies can take an incremental approach to create a zero-trust architecture strategy.
Short-term steps for agencies to implement zero-trust architecture
IT veteran Jim Richberg shares practical steps agency leaders can take to start building a zero-trust security environment.
Taking a fresh look at security for the remote workforce
As agencies adjust to long-term teleworking, IT departments need to keep on top of network modeling and cyber-hygiene practices to keep remote workers secure.