NSA Issues Zero Trust Guidelines for Network Security


The document aims to improve security through Zero Trust principles.

The National Security Agency (NSA) has released a Cybersecurity Information Sheet (CSI) with recommendations for strengthening internal network control and containing network intrusions using Zero Trust principles.

The Advancing Zero Trust Maturity Throughout the Network and Environment Pillar document aims “to arm network owners and operators with the processes they need to vigilantly resist, detect, and respond to threats that exploit weaknesses or gaps in their enterprise architecture,”

says NSA Cybersecurity Director Rob Joyce.

The concepts covered in the document “provide guidance on enhancing existing network security controls to limit the potential impact of a compromise through data flow mapping, macro and micro segmentation, and software-defined networking.”

Read more at NSA.



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