Securing the Most Secure: RSA Identity Solutions Critical to Government Cybersecurity
- RSA Unified Identity Platform integrates the authentication, access, governance, and lifecycle capabilities federal agencies need to meet EO 14028, OMB M-22-09, and the National Cybersecurity Strategy
- FIDO2-certified, anti-phishing DS100 hardware authenticator secures the most secure
- Proprietary technologies, open standards, FedRAMP JAB P-ATO approval deliver higher value for public sector agencies, government contractors, and systems integrators
RSA, the security-first identity leader, will detail how its Unified Identity Platform helps government agencies accelerate progress against critical zero trust requirements and recent cybersecurity mandates at the 10th annual Public Sector Day event. At the event, RSA will demonstrate how its solutions and insights are helping public sector agencies, government contractors, and systems integrators meet EO 14028, OMB M-22-09, the National Cybersecurity Strategy, and a 2027 deadline for the Department of Defense to achieve target zero trust capabilities.
“RSA secures the most secure: 95% of the U.S. intelligence community relies on RSA to protect their identity infrastructures, and we’re the only vendor with both a Department of Defense-authorized verifier and authenticator,” said RSA Federal President Kevin Orr, who will host the federal breakout events at Public Sector Day. “Meeting new cybersecurity mandates represents important but complex work: only RSA has the security pedigree, authorizations, and Unified Identity Platform solutions government agencies need to modernize and secure their infrastructure.”