Tag: zero trust


Robust remote access security for the utilities sector advances with Zero Trust

March 28, 2024

Via: CIO

Cyberattacks on utilities more than doubled from 2020 to 2022. It’s likely the case that the rapid growth of connected assets is outstripping security capabilities. One analyst firm predicts that by 2026, industrial organizations will have more than 15 billion […]


Zero Trust: Understanding the US government’s requirements for enhanced cybersecurity

September 26, 2023

Via: CIO

The concept of Zero Trust has gained significant traction in recent years, as organizations look to enhance their cybersecurity defenses and safeguard their digital assets. The US government has been at the forefront of promoting this approach, with a series […]


Zero trust is a never-ending journey, not a ready-made solution

January 30, 2023

Via: CIO

Nearly all organizations are struggling with how to stay in control as their data migrates to the cloud and users connect from anywhere. The answer, they’ve been told, is zero trust. Zero trust starts from the premise that an organization […]


Modernizing password and secrets management to strengthen zero-trust posture

October 18, 2022

Via: StateScoop

Password and secrets management play increasingly important roles at federal and state agencies as they strengthen their organization’s risk posture and defend against sophisticated cyberattacks, says Darren Guccione, Keeper Security’s CEO and Co-Founder, in a recent interview. “More than 80% […]


Zero Trust: Not Just for Government

February 21, 2022

Via: InformationWeek

“Trust no one” used to be a rallying cry for X-Files TV show fans. Now it’s part of the US federal government zero-trust architecture, a new cybersecurity standard laid out in January. “The foundational tenet of the zero-trust model is […]

Cybersecurity, IT Policy, Tech

Congress wants to overhaul FISMA. Agencies already measuring security differently

January 31, 2022

Via: Federal News Network

Lawmakers are eyeing reforms to federal cyber standards, but the White House is already starting to ask new questions about how agencies are making progress on cybersecurity. The changes are laid out in fiscal year 2022 metrics used by the […]

Emerging Tech & Modernization, Tech

Bipartisan infrastructure framework can’t forget cybersecurity

September 15, 2021

Via: Federal News Network

Cybersecurity is one our most critical challenges – ranging from the safety and security of personal devices to the electric grid. Keeping cyber defense at the core of infrastructure modernization programs is key to ensuring that our nation’s information remains […]

Cybersecurity, IT Policy, Tech

Federal agencies face new zero-trust cybersecurity requirements

September 13, 2021

Via: CSO Online

As part of the Biden administration’s wide-ranging cybersecurity executive order (EO) issued in May, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued three documents on zero trust last week. Zero trust is […]