As highlighted in the Biden Administration’s Cybersecurity Executive Order (EO), Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) stands to be the de facto security approach of the federal government. But agencies that implement a zero trust architecture without first establishing a foundation of integrity across all critical systems will not achieve true zero trust. Why? All zero trust architectures must be built from a trusted state as it applies to both an agency’s systems and information.
How do we successfully achieve a baseline of integrity from which we then build, monitor, and maintain a zero-trust architecture? Download your copy of the latest Tripwire whitepaper that addresses what security leaders must consider before moving forward on any zero trust strategy.
- Planning for zero trust: where to start
- Integrity at the basis for trust, how to determine a “good” state
- Ensuring ongoing trustworthiness
- Zero trust over time