DOD unveils new strategy as it drives toward FY-27 zero-trust target

By Briana Reilly / November 22, 2022 at 3:47 PM
The Pentagon has unveiled an overarching framework to bolster military components' safeguards against current cybersecurity risks as officials push to implement a zero-trust baseline within the next five years. Consisting of 45 capabilities and 152 activities, the Defense Department’s zero-trust strategy and roadmap , publicly released today, lay out pathways for achieving both targeted and advanced levels of cyber defense spanning between fiscal years 2023 and 2027, though the document also highlights potential points of acceleration throughout that journey. “I...

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