The DoD CIO Zero Trust Strategy

In an era where cybersecurity threats are rapidly evolving, the Department of Defense (DoD) has recognized the need for a paradigm shift in its approach to securing information systems. This recognition has led to the adoption of the Zero Trust framework, as outlined in the DoD CIO Zero Trust strategy. This strategy is not just […]

The Role of DNS in Zero Trust

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a cornerstone in the cybersecurity landscape, often overlooked in discussions about Zero Trust. This article aims to highlight the crucial role of DNS, traditionally associated with mapping domain names to IP addresses, and its significance in establishing digital identities, a key aspect of Zero Trust security. The Intersection of […]

Understanding Federal Zero Trust Requirements

The White House memorandum M-22-09, titled “Moving the U.S. Government Toward Zero Trust Cybersecurity Principles,” marks a significant shift in the federal approach to cybersecurity. By the end of Fiscal Year 2024, federal agencies are required to adhere to a Federal zero trust architecture (ZTA), a move driven by the increasing sophistication of cyber threats. […]