#CISA’s Zero Trust Guidance for Enterprise Mobility Available for Public Comment

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03/07/2022 03:53 PM EST

 

Original release date: March 7, 2022
CISA has released a draft version of Applying Zero Trust Principles to Enterprise Mobility for public comment. The paper guides federal agencies as they evolve and operationalize cybersecurity programs and capabilities, including cybersecurity for mobility. The public comment period will close April 18, 2022.

Executive Order 14028:  Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity, issued May 12, 2021, requires Federal Civilian Executive Branch departments and agencies to adopt Zero Trust (ZT) architectures to protect the government’s information resources, of which federal mobility is an integral part. The guidance highlights the need for special consideration for mobile devices and associated enterprise security management capabilities due to their technological evolution and ubiquitous use.

CISA encourages interested parties to review Applying Zero Trust Principles to Enterprise Mobility and provide comment. See CISA Blog: Maturing Enterprise Mobility Towards Zero Trust Architectures for more information.

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