Leidos introduces Zero Trust tool suite to advance government security standards

Feb. 1, 2023
Designed to accelerate Zero Trust adoption across the government in accordance with Executive Order 14028 and OMB memorandum M-22-09.

Reston, VA, Feb. 1, 2023 — Leidos, a FORTUNE 500 science and technology leader, today announced the availability of version 2.0 of its Zero Trust Readiness Level (ZTRL) tool suite. ZTRL is designed to accelerate Zero Trust adoption across the government in accordance with Executive Order 14028 and OMB memorandum M-22-09.

"Zero Trust is a multi-year journey with important ramifications for government agencies and the future of cybersecurity", said James Carlini, Chief Technology Officer at Leidos. "As organizations race to keep pace with the rapidly evolving threat landscape, ZTRL version 2.0 helps them to rapidly and methodically implement Zero Trust capabilities in an optimized way."

ZTRL simplifies Zero Trust adoption for government organizations, consolidating a six-to-nine-month planning process into less than 60 days. ZTRL 2.0 also adds continuous reporting, capability planning automation, and customizable dashboards that drill into plans and progress towards meeting the criteria set out by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Zero Trust Maturity Model and the Department of Defense's Chief Information Officer (CIO) Zero Trust Strategy released in November 2022.

Leidos is a leading full-spectrum provider of cybersecurity tools to the federal government. The company's cybersecurity experts manage some of the largest, most critical networks in the federal Government. ZTRL 2.0 leverages this experience as well as proof points collected from over 250 products in the Leidos Zero Trust Proving Ground in addition to the latest tools from partners including Zscaler US Government Solutions, LLC, Palo Alto Networks, and Cisco.

For more information, visit Leidos.com/zerotrust

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