The threat of cyberattacks and the need for robust security plans are critical for agencies to deliver on the mission in today’s hostile threat landscape. Federal agencies must build resilient and robust defenses that can operate quickly and efficiently to mitigate threats. Security frameworks, such as Zero Trust, enable agencies to secure their IT environments from insider threats and nation-state actors.
These were the key themes discussed in the new podcast from Government Technology Insider. Part One of the “Securing Federal Networks with Zero Trust Architecture” podcast series discusses how Zero Trust builds a cyber-aware workforce for federal agencies and helps defend their networks. Dell Technologies federal CTO, Cameron Chehreh, discusses this topic further with host Kevin Tierney.
“I really commend the government for creating this culture of cyber awareness so that, as these threats have emerged on the largest attack surface, being the end user community, these agencies have done a great job creating this awareness about cyber and how to operate more securely as an individual mission user,” said Chehreh.
Listen to the full podcast below: