Innovation in Government

Zero trust pushes agencies away from an outdated approach to cybersecurity

Randy Wood, vice president of U.S. public sector sales for Akamai, said zero trust is not a new idea, but one that is about five years old. It promotes the simple concept that trust is not an attribute of location, and just because an employee is trusted inside perimeter, it doesn't mean he or she should be granted access to all the information.

Innovation in Government
00:28:00 12/13/2018

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