Darren Death is an information security professional with a 17-year technology career supporting the private and public sector alike. He has worked for organizations such as the Department of Justice, Library of Congress, and the Federal Emergency Management Association. Currently, Mr. Death works as a Chief Information Security Officer, responsible for the Enterprise Information Security program. Mr. Death published a book, Information Security Handbook.
The article below was written by Darren Death, an instructor for IWP’s Cyber Intelligence Initiative. “Zero trust” has gained a lot of attention, and for good reason. Information security architectures have struggled to keep pace with the threat landscape and have not supplied organizations with a successful mechanism to protect itself from external and internal…Read More ›
Darren Death, an instructor for IWP’s Cyber Intelligence Initiative, was on the Project Leadership Team for this report on Zero Trust Cybersecurity. In May 2018, the Federal CIO Council Services, Strategy, and Infrastructure Committee asked ACT-IAC to evaluate the technical maturity, availability for procurement, and important issues related to potential federal agency adoption of zero trust networking…Read More ›