Over the last few years, the federal government has begun to embrace a zero trust approach as the new cybersecurity standard for agencies. Utilizing the latest solutions and best practices, the hope is to bolster federal cybersecurity and create a robust and resilient IT infrastructure that can protect and secure networks from attacks and breaches.
Identity management, the process of identifying individuals in your system and controlling the access they have to certain resources, is an area of cyber security that state and local government employees have quite a bit of confidence in. Yet data shows there’s room for improvement.
Identity management is a perplexing problem – particularly in government where evolving threats render traditional ID security strategies inadequate. One of the biggest problems is that agencies aren’t aware of the gaps in their security posture until they’re audited or experience a breach.