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A new study has found that 91 percent of federal cybersecurity leaders say the cybersecurity executive order signed in 2021 has made U.S. critical infrastructure and data safer. MeriTalk said Thursday it surveyed more than 150 federal cyber decision-makers in March for the Impact Assessment: Cyber EO Year One report and found that 82 percent […] More
Stephen Kovac, chief compliance officer and head of global government affairs at Zscaler, said the role of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program in ensuring the security of federal information technology systems has become increasingly important and the government should provide FedRAMP with personnel, funding and other resources to enable the program to meet […] More
Stephen Kovac, chief compliance officer and head of global government affairs at Zscaler, said he appeared before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee roundtable Tuesday and highlighted how the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program enabled government agencies to immediately transition to the cloud during the COVID-19 pandemic. “FedRAMP promotes cloud adoption across […] More
Zscaler, a cloud-based software as a service security company, was included in the authorized vendor list of the new State Risk and Authorization Management Program. The company said Wednesday its Zscaler Private Access and Zscaler Internet Access products have achieved “Ready” status under StateRAMP, which is partly modeled after FedRAMP and aims to standardize the […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 4, 2021 — Zscaler is one of the 18 companies selected by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence to join a consortium through a cooperative research and development agreement and support design and demonstration of ways to implement zero trust architectures, GovCon Wire reported July 23. “Zero trust is a team […] More
The House Oversight and Reform Committee’s government operations subpanel released the 12th iteration of the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act scorecard and Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and head of corporate compliance at Zscaler, said federal agencies should focus on improving cyber scores in the latest FITARA scorecard. “We should be laser […] More

Some technology industry leaders said President Joe Biden's recent executive order offers a new paradigm for the public sector to expand cyber threat information sharing initiatives with the private sector and update cloud service cybersecurity requirements. "The Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity moves us into the era of Cloud Secure,” Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and head of corporate compliance at Zscaler.

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Zscaler has partnered with Telos to use the latter's Xacta cyber risk assessment tool to help automate deployment authorizations under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and Department of Defense. The team will execute a phased rollout process and integrate Xacta with Zscaler's System Security Plan to handle risk management activities for Zscaler's Z-OS variant of the Linux operating system, Telos said Wednesday.

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TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 5, 2021 “” Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and head of corporate compliance at Zscaler (Nasdaq: ZS), said agencies should inspect Secure Sockets Layer traffic within a network using a "defense-in-depth" approach to avoid ransomware attacks and other destructive threat vectors, GovCon Wire reported Jan. 28.

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Cybersecurity experts are urging government agencies to accelerate the adoption of zero trust capabilities in the wake of a cyber attack involving a vulnerability in SolarWinds“™ Orion software, FedScoop reported Saturday. “They“™re kind of operating on the fly,“ Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and compliance at Zscaler. “They“™re buying one solution and thinking they“™ve got zero trust now.“ 

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