Radiant Logic, the Identity Data Fabric company, is pleased to announce its inclusion in the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE’s) Zero Trust architecture project. The NCCoE, a part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), is a collaborative hub where industry organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions work together to address pressing cybersecurity challenges. In the Zero Trust Architecture project, RadiantOne was selected as a component to consolidate and transform identity data into a real-time resource, enabling secure, authorized access.
“Our solutions build upon the work of the Federal CIO Council Efforts and NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-207 to address the challenges and opportunities for implementing Zero Trust architectures across U.S. government networks”
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“Our solutions build upon the work of the Federal CIO Council Efforts and NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-207 to address the challenges and opportunities for implementing Zero Trust architectures across U.S. government networks,” commented Alper Kerman, Security Engineer and Project Manager at NIST. “The result will be a NIST Cybersecurity Practice Guide, a publicly available description of the practical steps needed to develop interoperable cybersecurity approaches to implementing Zero Trust Architectures.”
A complete Zero Trust deployment requires leveraging existing investments and technologies of varying maturities. Underestimating the complexity of integrating identity environments will impact security designs, delay deployment timelines, and increase burdens on internal resources, ultimately driving up the cost of delivering Zero Trust.
NIST’s Cybersecurity Practice Guide document provides guidance for implementing Zero Trust Architecture using commercial off-the-shelf technology. In their recently published preliminary practice guide, Radiant Logic was chosen to provide the identity data component to consolidate and transform identity data into a real-time resource, accessible by other aspects of the architecture.
“Working with our technology partners on the NIST NCCoE team has been a tremendous pleasure,” said Wade Ellery, Field Chief Technology Officer at Radiant Logic. “Our product has the unique ability to provide a unified identity source of truth that can span on-prem, legacy, and cloud technologies. These critical capabilities are necessary to build a foundation to enable granular authorization across Zero Trust architectures. We’re excited to see these recommendations implemented in the public and private sectors to enable Zero Trust journeys.”
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