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One of the great challenges faced by operators of any network is the ability to have confidence in their systems’ access management. Without truly trusted identities, systems, and the information contained, cannot be trusted and leave agencies vulnerable. With Government’s enormous level of complexity of the IT ecosystem and budget processes, both are challenged with ID management issues. Identity, Access Management and Digital Trust are fundamental to any Information Governance Framework given its importance to security, as well as its (potential positive financial) impact on electronic discovery costs. End-to-end information management must be married to end-to-end employee management to address Insider Threats with “employee” defined as anybody given access to any system, device and/or information asset.
In the last few years, just about everyone has come to appreciate the importance of having strong cybersecurity. Confronting these ever-changing threats with limited budgets and in some cases very outdated information systems, will keep many Government leaders awake at night. NIST’s Trusted Identities Group’s efforts are providing leadership and guidance everyone in government can leverage to improve their cyber risk posture. To truly achieve Digital Trust, it will take government and industry support and enforcement of strict Identity and Access Management compliance. Our confidence in government depends on it.