How to Add Visibility Architecture to Your Zero Trust Cybersecurity Strategy
This whitepaper is designed for IT Teams to navigate network visibility options and best practices for tool deployments and upgrades.
All of the new regulations and standards guiding the transition to Zero Trust can be overwhelming for IT leaders tasked with upgrading highly complex government networks.
This whitepaper, a federal agency guide to understanding and implementing a Zero Trust visibility architecture, explores current tactics for federal agencies to achieve cybersecurity maturity in accordance with federal programs like the DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM).
With the goal of building proper visibility architecture to support your cybersecurity strategy, because you can't secure, what you cannot see.
We will review:
- Introduction to Zero Trust
- Four Keys to Coordinating a Zero Trust Methodology
- Zero Trust Coordination and Implementation
- The Five Steps to Implementing a Zero Trust Methodology
- Best Practices for Building a Zero Trust Visibility Architecture