Governments around the world are managing data more broadly and rapidly than ever. They have also established partnerships with other non-federal government organizations and with the private sector who all play fundamental roles in ensuring homeland security. 

Central to these established partnerships is safeguarding systems, data and information sharing. Whether data is stored, in-transit, or shared, all systems that handle data, regardless of location, must be capable of ensuring its confidentiality, integrity and availability. 

Read this use case to discover how government agencies seek to limit the damage, withstand the impact, and decrease the effect of cyber attacks by pursuing a Zero Trust Architecture.