When nation-state cyber criminals strike, their attacks aren’t a minor inconvenience, but a major threat to national security.

With foreign threats in mind, the Office of Management and Budget released a federal plan to move the U.S. government towards implementing zero trust architecture (ZTA). However, government organizations face a major challenge in trying to implement zero trust: managing legacy systems. As a result, organizations are left with few options but to “patchwork” together solutions for zero trust. Many of these component solutions are not built to deliver comprehensive zero trust — leading to significant (and dangerous) cracks.

Download this white paper to learn about:

  • The foundations of a zero trust architecture (ZTA) and why patchworked programs are not best-in-class
  • Challenges faced in current zero trust infrastructures
  • What it takes to fill in the cracks of your zero trust program