NIST to test federal ‘zero trust’ security architectures
Some agencies have elements of zero-trust frameworks in place, but NIST will explore the proper way to use them, according to its chief cybersecurity adviser.
NIST defines zero trust architecture, releases use cases
Most agencies already have elements of zero trust and will operate within a hybrid architecture as legacy technology is modernized, according to NIST.
FDIC embraces ‘micro-perimeters’ in pursuit of zero trust
FDIC is among the agencies shrinking its security perimeter in order to open up its network for local offices.
Army Futures Command enters battle to replace CAC cards
There is a new idea to replace the CAC card — this time, from Army Futures Command.
NASA wants government to stay on top of mobile policies
Secure mobile communication systems are critical to the agency's missions to put a crew on the moon by 2024 and assist with emergency management.
Defense Innovation Board wants to help DOD understand zero trust
"The traditional notion of perimeter-based security is no longer sufficient," board member Kurt DelBene said at a quarterly meeting of the DIB.