4 Considerations for a Successful Agency Zero Trust Implementation

In a world fraught with growing cybersecurity threats, the U.S. Army has embarked on an ambitious multi-year journey to embrace a zero trust cybersecurity model by 2027. The zero trust model, overall, is built on seven pillars of security: users, devices, networks, visibility and analytics, automation and orchestration, application and workload, and data.

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