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CISA updates zero trust maturity model to provide an easier launch

CISA updates zero trust maturity model to provide an easier launch

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The United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published its Zero Trust Maturity Model (ZTMM) version 2, which incorporates recommendations from public comments it received on its first version of ZTMM. “CISA has been acutely focused on guiding agencies, who are at various points in their journey, as they implement zero trust architecture,” said Chris Butera, technical director for cybersecurity, CISA. “As one of many roadmaps, the updated model will lead agencies through a methodical process and transition towards greater zero trust maturity. While applicable to federal civilian agencies, all organizations will find this model beneficial to review and use to implement their own architecture.”

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