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Scott Rose on NIST’s Draft Zero Trust Guidance

Scott Rose, a computer scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, told Federal News Network in an interview posted Tuesday that NIST’s Zero Trust Architecture Special Publication 800-207 seeks to help agencies and cyber experts come up with a “conceptual framework” to adopt zero trust principles within their network infrastructure and operations.

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Suzette Kent on Federal Government’s Zero-Trust Architecture Implementation

Suzette Kent, federal chief information officer and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, said federal agencies are making headway when it comes to implementing multifactor authentication, identity management, mobile security and other components of zero-trust architecture, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

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Defense Innovation Board Issues White Paper on Zero Trust Architecture

The Defense Innovation Board approved at its quarterly meeting in Silicon Valley a white paper calling for the Pentagon to implement zero trust architecture to counter cybersecurity threats, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. The document titled “The Road to Zero Trust (Security)” notes that ZTA can help the Department of Defense track and block threat actors and manage rules of access for devices and users across the department to facilitate secure data sharing.

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