Currently, Executive Order 1428 largely impacts federal agencies, however, it won’t be long until we can expect the increased regulations on federal agencies to trickle down to the private sector, ie. software manufacturers, federal contractors, etc.
As our “Exploring the Cybersecurity Executive Order’s Impact on the Threat Landscape” panelists agree, the last thing you want to do in response to the new Executive Order’s demand for greater attention to cybersecurity measures and the need for resilience and maturity is nothing. We believe the best place to start is with Zero Trust.
The new normal is a more complex cybersecurity operating environment, where we cannot completely trust the endpoints, the networks, the users, the infrastructure, the services, the supply chain, or really for that matter, anything else, when it comes to making a cybersecurity risk decision. Zero Trust’s, “Never Trust, Always Verify” principle is exactly what we recommend to ensure you’re continuously minimizing your vulnerabilities.
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