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Pentagon Cyber Official Provides Progress Update on Zero Trust Strategy Roadmap

He credited partnerships with the private sector as a key enabler of the DOD's progress toward implementing the key capabilities identified in the roadmap so far.  

The Pentagon’s senior information security official said today that the Defense Department is on track to implement its zero trust cybersecurity framework by fiscal year 2027 as planned.

David McKeown, who serves as the DOD’s deputy chief information officer as well as the department’s senior information security officer, said his office has been hard at work to ensure a smooth rollout of the initiative after publishing the Zero Trust Strategy and Roadmap in November.

He credited partnerships with the private sector as a key enabler of the DOD’s progress toward implementing the key capabilities identified in the roadmap so far.

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