We can see trust — or its absence — in action daily. It shapes what we believe about our organization and if we think colleagues and leaders have our best interest at heart. Who gets access to what is based on several factors, including trust.
So why, then, is a buzzword like zero trust not only getting attention, but also an entire presidential executive order with impending deadlines and budget dollars at the federal, state and local levels?
The purpose of this guide is to explain in plain language how government employees can better communicate and capitalize on a growing trend called zero-trust security.