The President’s Memorandum: Moving the US Government Toward Zero Trust Cybersecurity Principles

By February 26th, agencies must identify a Zero Trust strategy implementation lead for each agency, tasked with organizing, planning, and implementing efforts. By March 28th, agencies must build upon the updated OMB policy’s existing plans for zero trust. Then OMB policy requires agencies to achieve a Zero Trust security goals list by the end of FY2024. Those goals align with the zero trust maturity model developed by CISA and focus on the five pillars identified by CISA, namely, identity, devices, networks, applications and workloads, and data.

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