The federal government's emphasis on cybersecurity for all agencies has impacted the regulatory environment. Agencies must address Executive Order 14028, mandating a zero trust architecture by September of 2024.
To get there, they must navigate through the General Services Administration’s approved cloud offerings in the Federal Risk And Management Program (FedRAMP). Then there are the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-53, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Zero Trust Maturity Model, and/or the Department of Defense (DoD) Zero Trust Strategy to consider.
Hear from John Breeden, Moderator & Contributing Editor for FedInsider, as he meets with thought leaders from government and industry to discuss their experiences in pursuing a zero trust strategy: Arnie Lopez, Skyhigh Security VP of WW Systems Engineering; Nicole Willis, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Inspector General, Health & Human Services, and Jeff Mims, Chief Technologist, Leidos.
Jeff MimsChief Technologist, Leidos
Nicole WillisCTO, OIG at HHS
Arnie LopezVP of WW Systems Engineering, Skyhigh Security
John BreedenModerator & Contributing Editor, FedInsider