By the end of fiscal year 2024, federal agencies must achieve significant zero trust cybersecurity milestones. They are tasked with fundamentally changing their security architectures by improving identity verification with multi-factor authentication, encrypting data at rest and in transit, and advancing continuous monitoring and automated security.

In this episode of Beyond borders: The future of zero trust in government, Wayne Rogers, zero trust lead at the Education Department, Daren Presbitero, cyber solution architect at ThunderCat and Roy Boivin II, federal chief operating officer and senior director of federal engineering at MixMode, explore how agencies are progressing on this journey and discuss best practices to avoid potential pitfalls.