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GDIT, Fornetix Integrate Edge Zero Trust Capability During Talisman Sabre 2023

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GDIT, Fornetix Integrate Edge Zero Trust Capability During Talisman Sabre 2023

General Dynamics Information Technology partnered with the U.S. Army I Corps and cybersecurity platform provider Fornetix to demonstrate a zero trust at the edge capability during the Talisman Sabre 2023 exercise.

During the demonstration, GDIT and its partners used the capability to support denied, disrupted, intermittent and limited operations. The companies integrated a fully accredited solution, and Fornetix used its technology offerings to enable access control to mission data.

The zero trust capability was designed to meet the Army’s mission requirements. It was the first time a zero trust capability was fielded at the tactical edge while integrated with foreign mission partners, GDIT said.

The U.S. defense sector has been working with the private industry to develop zero trust capabilities.

In late July, the Defense Information Systems Agency awarded Booz Allen Hamilton a five-year follow-on contract to expand Thuderdome deployment. Thunderdome is DISA’s architecture designed to allow military services and Department of Defense components the ability to implement zero trust.

In June, ManTech said it worked with DISA to write and design the Zero Trust Reference Architecture for the DOD’s Zero Trust Government Laboratory.

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Tags: cybersecurity Fornetix General Dynamics Information Technology I Corps Talisman Sabre 2023 US Army zero trust