How to Meet NCDSMO Requirements for Zero-Trust Hardware-enforced Security

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Scott Coleman; Ken Walker; Shawn Campbell

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Without regularly collecting and sharing information between networks, military and intelligence operations come to a halt. But identifying and vetting every connection maintained on a coalition partner network is impossible. Taking a zero-trust approach to connecting to these networks only makes sense. As the risks have increased, the NSA’s National Cross Domain Strategy and Management Office (NCDSMO) has implemented new requirements for Cross Domain Solutions (CDSs) to keep pace. Specifically, under the latest Raise the Bar (RTB) guidance, CDSs are now required to utilize hardware to properly segment networks and form a zero-trust barrier. Join our panel of cybersecurity experts as they review the scope and complexity of the NCDSMO compliance requirements, using hardware for zero-trust and segmentation, and the associated timeline to achieve those requirements. Key takeaways: * Understanding high threat networks * The role of hardware in zero-trust environments * How to simplify meeting NCDSMO requirements with hardware-enforced security * RTB requirements for connecting cross domain solutions

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