How NETCOM Leads the Army to a Secure Network

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September 12, 2023 | Originally published by U.S. Army on August 16, 2023

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. — Zero-trust is a collection of concepts and ideas that assume no trust exists within a defined enterprise network. The Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) – Army Department of Defense Information Networks, or DoDIN-A, Cybersecurity Strategy uses zero-trust principles to protect critical data, applications, assets, and services.

NETCOM is leading several continuous improvement projects for the Army to achieve a zero-trust network that only allows enterprise organization’s account-based users access once authorized and authenticated.