identity and access management (IAM)

HHS IT leader says agency still working to implement zero trust for all applications

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George Chambers says the department is still working to establish continuous monitoring for all applications.

How NIH uses federated credentialing to streamline data access

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Deloitte and NIH security experts share practical ways to manage identity credentialing and access at scale in today's challenging cybersecurity environment.

State Dept IT leader on how the agency is moving faster towards zero trust

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Rob Hankinson says that both the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent EO on zero trust have accelerated the agency’s adoption of cloud, identity management and single sign-on tools.

Using asset management to build a foundation for zero trust

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Creating a credible asset inventory has long challenged agencies but integrating SecOps data into a single view can position IT teams to create stronger zero-trust policies.

Three principles to ensure a secure remote workforce

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A recent Okta report outlines how agencies can secure their remote and hybrid workforce while meeting new federal zero-trust security requirements.

How Arizona saved $40 billion in payouts on fraudulent unemployment claims

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A new report looks at how states like Arizona are adopting modern identity verification tools to save billions in fraud and provide benefits to eligible claimants.

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