Three principles to ensure a secure remote workforce
A recent Okta report outlines how agencies can secure their remote and hybrid workforce while meeting new federal zero-trust security requirements.
Okta’s Sean Frazier on what modernization means in 2021
Frazier spoke with FedScoop in conjunction with the IT Modernization Summit.
Industry urges agencies to accelerate zero trust adoption after SolarWinds hack
Zero-trust security couldn't stop the SolarWinds hack, but it could, and did, mitigate the damage, according to cyber experts.
The Census Bureau’s move to zero trust begins with the cloud
Until the agency goes from being just another cloud consumer to a primary user, perimeter security will prevail.
NIST releases finalized zero-trust architecture guidance
The document adds a section on the tenets of the security philosophy and adopts longstanding federal language around approaches.
Securing federal remote workers at scale with identity authentication security tools
As more government employees work remotely, agency IT teams can rapidly secure access at scale with cloud-based identity authentication, says a cybersecurity veteran.