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GovCIO: Zero Trust Relies on Teamwork, Federal Cyber Leaders Say

HHS leaders noted zero trust is a necessity to execute the mission. Recently, the department noticed benefits from zero trust around fraud prevention and creating more robust user profiles.

“I’m all about the secure execution of the mission. Cybersecurity doesn’t exist for its own purposes, it’s to facilitate the organization in advancing the ball through deliberate services for the American people, or whatever those missionaries are,” said Conrad Bovell, branch chief of cybersecurity advisory and strategy at HHS’s Office of Information Security…

“The joy, the new experience, when you recognize that there’s a specific area that is causing you to have considerable amount of pain because budgeting, technology, resources that you have or are not there, and you’re trying to figure out what in the world am I going to be able to do — because I don’t want to just have conversation with 18 vendors on their products, their individual products, and then all of a sudden you’re sitting in the discussions; now we’re introduced to an organization that is mature in that particular territory, and they’re explaining to you the challenges that they have,” Bovell said…  Read the full article here.



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