Coast Guard fully embraces the Zero Trust Architecture revolution.

December 26, 2023
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The Coast Guard is prioritizing the implementation of zero trust architecture to strengthen cybersecurity and protect data, according to a service official. Zero trust architecture involves repeatedly verifying, authorizing, and validating system, application, and data access to enhance data protection. Implementing this architecture requires a focus on better identity management and understanding the importance of data rather than the system itself. The Coast Guard faces challenges in implementing zero trust architecture due to the increasing number of mobile devices and technology in the digital age. However, achieving zero trust architecture is critical for conducting multi-domain operations and protecting various types of data, including health records and financial data. The Coast Guard must also consider different roles and complexities involved in zero trust architecture, such as server workstation architecture and operational technology architecture on ships, aircraft, and shore stations.

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