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Government agencies require security solutions that focus on protecting critical information and reducing risk to national security. Zero Trust cybersecurity approaches treat all network traffic as untrusted in an effort to prevent unauthorized access to essential data and services.

Carahsoft and our vendor partners have assembled a portfolio of products and services to help government organizations operationalize Zero Trust networks. Our partners provide solutions that align with Zero Trust maturity models that have emerged in the public sector, including initiatives from the NIST, DoD and CISA.


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Zero Trust Security Vendors Safeguard Government Networks

To strengthen the public sector’s cybersecurity defense, agencies need to implement Zero Trust principles that safeguard networks at every entry point. Carahsoft supports solutions that help government organizations:

  • Understand Zero Trust frameworks
  • Develop a Zero Trust strategy
  • Implement a Zero Trust architecture

View Zero Trust technology solutions from our vendor partners below.


  • All Zero Trust Vendors
  • Identity (13)
  • Device (10)
  • Network/Environment (13)
  • Application Workload (14)
  • Data (12)
  • Visibility & Analytics (5)
  • Automation & Orchestration (4)
  • Governance (7)

All Zero Trust Vendors


Trends in Zero Trust Technology



Zero Trust Security Events 

Networking Reception
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ZERO TRUST EVENT
Hosted By: GitLab, HashiCorp & Carahsoft
Carahsoft August 09, 2022
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Event
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ZERO TRUST EVENT
Hosted By: VMware & Carahsoft
Carahsoft August 11, 2022
Carahsoft 12:00 PM ET
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Resources on Zero Trust Principles

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In 2018, the Department of Defense (DoD) conducted an assessment on certain classified networks, which led them to discover alarming shortcomings in both network and visibility. In response, DISA, USCYBERCOM, and NSA joined forces to evaluate the potential of moving towards a Zero Trust Architecture to shore up network security.

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Download this overview resource to learn how Conceal can help protect your agency's network with its intelligence-grade zero trust solution.

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