White House tells agencies to sign up to Zero Trust security plans – TechRadar

The White House has told government agencies to get signed up to zero-trust security practices in a bid to boost its online protection/

A memo from the Office of Management and Budget (OBM), the White House’s budget management arm, advises all the heads of executive departments and agencies to move towards zero-trust, a cybersecurity model in which devices, apps, and individuals are “never trusted, and always verified”, and access to different resources is only given for the task at hand, with everything authenticated on a case-by-case basis. 


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