Current IT modernization initiatives are challenging federal agencies to implement big changes to their infrastructure at an uncomfortable pace, as they look to accommodate the shift to cloud and mobile. An ideal security solution needs to account for both protecting users and rolling out on a realistic but still workable timeline. That’s where zero trust comes in. In the world of federal agencies, there are four underlying methods that can be coordinated to help achieve zero trust: continuous authentication, device assessments, user controls and application access. Each good security methods on their own, but for optimal security — and to count as a true zero-trust model — they need to be used in coordination with one another.
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