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GDIT’s Matt Hayden says zero trust requires workforce to have a new mindset

Matt Hayden, VP of the intelligence and homeland security division for GDIT, shares his insights on whether government agencies have the requisite skills in-house to assess their security gaps/requirements in all of the primary zero trust pillars. “The good news is that we’re not asking them to do something they don’t already; the bad news is that we’re asking them to do it in a new way,” he says. Architecture changes, long roadmaps for network segmentation are just a couple of examples of how they’ll need to take new and different approaches to how they work.