We Help Federal Government Agencies Meet Zero Trust Executive Orders

Stay ahead of today’s cyber threat landscape while meeting the Zero Trust Architecture Executive Order 14028 and OMB Cybersecurity Directives M-21-30, M-21-31, M-22-01 and M-22-09, with Lookout.

Two colleagues looking at important government information on a computer screen

Lookout SASE/SSE is

Government data management is more complex than ever.

mobile endpoint security solution to achieve P-ATO designation within the FedRAMP Marketplace.
security products are deployed by organizations on average, creating unnecessary complexity.
of IT professionals report more security incidents due to hybrid work.

Meeting security requirements is a complex process.

Many agencies lack the resources to leverage effective, modern security solutions that work seamlessly to meet Executive Orders and OMB mandates.

Cloud migration and remote work increase exposure.

Working remotely and collaborating in cloud environments give traditional security tools like VPNs very little visibility or control over data.

Enhanced security strategy over a multitude of security tools.

Many agencies have adopted multiple edge security tools, adding complexity and time on consolidating data instead of focusing on improving strategy.

To protect data during migration to the cloud, federal agencies must comply with Executive Order 14028 to adopt a Zero Trust Architecture by 2024, and adhere to OMB mandates to enhance security for cloud services.

Man in an open plan office space looking at a computer monitor with graphs

Embracing Zero Trust: How to address the Cybersecurity Executive Order.

The Cybersecurity Executive Order has accelerated the need for agencies to take a more proactive stance against the rapidly intensifying surge of phishing and ransomware attacks against our nation.

Representation of contents of Lookout's Zero Trust E-book.

Lookout provides Zero Trust Architecture to multiple critical government agencies.

Trusted by

Department of Commerce LogoBureau of Economic AnalysisDepartment of State LogoFirstNet LogoOffice of Inspector GeneralDepartment of Veteran's Affairs Logo

Related Resources

Cyber Measures Gain Momentum at Federal Agencies

Critical Mobile Phishing Trends

Lookout Keeps Data Safe from China

Digital information moves without boundaries or limits. Get security that moves with it.

Woman smiling and looking at a computer screen

See first hand what unified data protection really looks like.

Two legal professionals working on laptops courthouse meeting space

Start protecting the future of agency data by connecting with our team.

Colleagues discussing work while looking at a laptop

Uncover blind spots and insights with a free risk assessment.