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Why the U.S. needs ready access to cyber innovation

Cyberthreats are increasing and the U.S. needs to empower more private companies to provide solutions.

For decades, the United States has been widely recognized as the most sophisticated nation in terms of cybersecurity, holding titles such as top cyber power and the most cyber-capable nation in the world. However, in recent years countries like China and Russia have been leapfrogging up these lists, thanks in part to rapid access to cyber innovation, and they pose a credible threat of surpassing our capabilities in the very near future. 

It is also clear from the onslaught of cyberattacks—many of which are successful—that our security posture and resilience has room for improvement if we’re going to keep our governments, critical infrastructure, and private sector safe from threats. The reasons behind these shortcomings must be acknowledged, studied, and addressed. Otherwise we risk falling behind and allowing adversaries to gain the upper hand. 

It’s not just about what we do, it’s about how we do it.

Merlin is your one platform. Your one solution. A convergence of everything you need to keep ahead of today’s attacks and tomorrow’s threats.


Zeroing in on Identity: 2022 Federal Zero Trust Maturity

In part one of a four-part webinar series, MeriTalk and Merlin will sit down with IT industry and public sector experts to specifically address the identity pillar of CISA’s Zero Trust Maturity Model. We’ll discuss optimal maturity, progress to date, and expected challenges in areas like authentication, visibility, automation, and orchestration.

Join us February 16, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. EST for answers to:

  • Where does identity rank in terms of agencies’ zero trust priorities?
  • Which of CISA’s identity goals will be the most challenging to achieve?
  • What will optimal maturity look like in 2022, and how can industry and agencies work together to reach it?