The Department of Defense aims to fully implement zero trust by 2027. The Pentagon will be tracking agencies’ budgets to make sure they’re spending enough money to meet that deadline.
Randy Resnick, DOD’s Zero Trust Portfolio Management Office chief, tells Scoop News Group’s Wyatt Kash where the Pentagon is at in their zero trust journey.
Federal agencies are still in the early stages of developing and implementing their zero trust strategies according to new research from FedScoop. The survey shows 55% of respondents acknowledge their agency is still assessing zero trust gaps or only have a baseline of capabilities implemented.
Gerald Caron, chief information officer at the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General, tells SNG’s Wyatt Kash the progress his organization has made implementing zero trust.
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