“The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a zero trust planning guide May 6 for Federal administrators that provides an overview of how the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF) can be used to develop and implement a zero trust architecture (ZTA).
The cybersecurity white paper – authored by Scott Rose from NIST’s Wireless Networks Division in its Communications Technology Lab – gives Federal enterprise admins, system operators, and IT security officers a brief intro to zero trust and how the RMF can be used for zero trust implementation…”
“The planning guide provides a process for utilizing the RMF for ZTA implementation, as well as walks Federal administrators through how the seven steps of the RMF relate to the zero trust implementation process…” Read the full article here.
Source: NIST Releases Federal Zero Trust Planning Guide – By Lamar Johnson, May 9, 2022. MeriTalk.