[December 28, 2022]
1. Trusted computing for national defense
For Cyber Security making commercial IT components and systems secure, Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is adopted for National Defense.
Source: Military Aerospace Electronics
2. Pentagon Paves Road Map for Zero Trust by 2027
To take an action for one of the biggest national security challenges that US is facing, the Pentagon paves Road Map for Zero Trust – Key point is managing identities.
Source: National Defense
3. Congress moves to reauthorize CISA’s cyber defense program
Implementing the solution for cyber security such as Zero Trust Architecture within the Fiscal Service is prioritized. US congress boosted Another budget for CISA to invest and support implementing cyber security throughout the federal bureaus in 2023.
Source: Federal News Network
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