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Official says Pentagon’s ‘zero-trust’ office launching in December

By Jaspreet Gill / November 12, 2021

The Pentagon next month will formally launch the delayed new office responsible for accelerating the adoption of its "zero-trust" cybersecurity program, a senior Defense Department official said Wednesday.

The office, originally planned for an October launch, will “rationalize” and prioritize all network environments and set each one of them on a path to implementing zero trust over the next several years, David McKeown, deputy DOD chief information officer for cybersecurity, said during a C4ISRNET CyberCon event.

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