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The clock is ticking for federal civilian agencies. They must meet zero-trust objectives by Sept. 30. That includes deploying identity management, securing endpoint detection and response solutions, and encrypting network traffic. As the deadline nears, agencies are making their final moves.
Establishing a zero-trust approach has its challenges. Security professionals need leadership buy-in, adequate budgets and a strategy aligned with maturity models. Done right, streamlined security increases overall resilience, improves compliance and reduces risk.
Federal cybersecurity standards have shifted, placing an emphasis on zero trust. Implementing the necessary technology and related practices can be challenging, even if they do mitigate risk. CDW provides a wealth of resources to help agencies reinforce their security protocols.
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