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The Future of Implementing Zero Trust

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Cybersecurity threats are ongoing against government assets and networks, while recent threats have highlighted the challenges of ensuring effective cyber defenses. Enacting zero-trust architectures is a goal of agencies across government to ensure better cybersecurity.


  • How CISA is aligning its goals with the White House’s.
  • The ways that the Navy is connecting CJADC2 with zero-trust goals.
  • The Pentagon’s next steps in ZTA implementation.
  • CISA’s pillars of zero trust maturity.

Table of Contents:

  • Pentagon Eyes Next Step in Zero Trust Implementation
  • Zero Trust Synonymous with CJADC2 Operations, Navy Leaders Say
  • The Four Pillars of CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model Version 2.0
  • Deploy Zero Trust Architecture to Secure Systems
  • CISA Updates Zero Trust Maturity Model to Align with White House Directives
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  • David McKeown
    David McKeown Senior Information Security Officer and Deputy Chief Information Officer for Cybersecurity, Department of Defense
  • Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett
    Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett Commanding General of Cyber Command, U.S. Army
  • Randy Resnick
    Randy Resnick Director, Zero Trust Portfolio Management Office, DOD
  • John Sherman
    John Sherman CIO, DOD
  • John Simms
    John Simms Senior Technical Advisor, TIC, CISA
  • Scott St. Pierre
    Scott St. Pierre Director Enterprise Networks and Cybersecurity (OPNAC N2N6D), US Navy
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