DOD now eyes 2022 for setting up zero-trust portfolio office

By Sara Friedman / December 21, 2021 at 1:51 PM
The Defense Department is shifting its plans to 2022 for setting up a zero-trust portfolio management office under the oversight of DOD Chief Information Officer John Sherman, according to a Pentagon official. “DOD anticipates standing up the office in the second quarter [fiscal year-]22,” DOD spokesman Russell Goemaere told Inside Cybersecurity . “We are finalizing the organizational structure and outlining the new office's roles and responsibilities.” The Pentagon initially planned to launch the new office in October 2021. DOD is...

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