Zero Trust is essential for modern security architecture and a core protection framework for agile growth. Unlike old models that assume a level of trust once an asset is approved, Zero Trust never stops reviewing the asset as a potential threat.
With this framework in mind, the White House released a new Executive Order to implement Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) strategies across all federal agencies by the end of the Fiscal Year 2024.
While a more robust security model is essential to reinforce the government’s defenses against increasingly sophisticated and persistent threat campaigns, many questions have arisen, such as:
- What does Zero Trust look like in practice?
- What is a good area in the agency to start this transition?
- How can I implement Zero Trust with minimal impact on my users?
- What does this mean for our digital workplace collaboration?
Join AvePoint and Bravo Consulting to get answers to these questions and more. We will discuss:
|What first steps agencies should take to start their transition|
|Change management best practices for Zero Trust|
|How Zero Trust affects digital workplace collaboration|
What does Zero Trust look like in practice?
Register now to find out!