There is a massive amount of data collected by federal agencies that needs to be stored securely and in compliance with numerous regulations. While ensuring the security and compliance of this data has been challenging, a Zero Trust approach enables federal agencies to have a clearer path to meeting these goals and requirements. When looking to the future of Zero Trust Architecture, the framework and strategies will continue to resonate with agencies because it is changing the thought process for users on the network.
These were the key themes for Part Three of the “Securing Federal Networks with Zero Trust Architecture” podcast series, where Cameron Chehreh, Federal CTO of Dell Technologies, discusses the topics further.
“Zero Trust is going to be one of the emerging strategies and trends that will stay around for quite a period of time. When you look at the principles of Zero Trust as a practitioner, they go far beyond just a singular product or technology. It is about changing the thinking of how we think about users in the environment,” said Chehreh.
Listen to the full podcast below: