Zero Trust Bytes Podcast Episode 4: Data Pillar with MSFT Purview for Data Lifecycle Management and DLP

The Zero Trust Data Pillar is a critical component of the Department of Defense's (DoD) Zero Trust Strategy, which aims to enhance cybersecurity and protect sensitive information. The Data Pillar focuses on securing and safeguarding data by implementing a Zero Trust approach. This approach assumes that no user or asset can be trusted by default, and access to data is granted based on continuous verification and authorization. The Data Pillar emphasizes the need for strong data protection measures, including encryption, access controls, and monitoring. It also promotes data-centric security practices, such as data classification and data loss prevention. By implementing the Zero Trust Data Pillar, the DoD aims to minimize the risk of data breaches, unauthorized access, and data exfiltration. This pillar plays a crucial role in ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information within the DoD's networks and systems.

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