NIST Zero Trust Architecture: Not Just for Federal Agencies Anymore

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Jay Kelley, F5 | Manish Desai, F5

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As many employees and other personnel continue to work remotely, organizations¬—including government agencies and ministries—have begun to evolve their thinking on Zero Trust security architectures. Organizations are becoming more comfortable with the idea of working remotely and are seeking to lay the foundation for securing this new working style. Most U.S. and foreign government agencies,—and even highly regulated private sector industries such as financial services and healthcare—are viewing the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-207 Zero Trust Architecture as a guide on how to deploy a Zero Trust model. In this session, you’ll learn how F5’s security portfolio maps to the NIST 800-207 guidelines to assist not just U.S. federal agencies, but also foreign governments and private sector organizations, in rapidly adopting a Zero Trust architecture to augment their existing security investments, and to help develop new, safer workflows and operations.

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