The 2021 spring executive order from the White House discusses the implementation of guidelines to improve the nation's cybersecurity posture. This order requires federal agencies to modernize their approach to cybersecurity. This modernization is being done, in part, through Zero Trust architecture.
With the cybersecurity order in place, the U.S. Department of Defense recently published its Zero Trust Reference Architecture. This new revised DISA Zero Trust Architecture now includes the addition of privileged access management (PAM).
Download this informative whitepaper that discusses the importance of PAM controls and why federal agencies need to follow the government's recommendations for implementing a Zero Trust framework.
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