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Events

DAU offers tailored training and other learning opportunities to increase your knowledge of Zero Trust’s role within cybersecurity.


Zero Trust SealDoD Zero Trust Symposium
Zero Trust Implementation: Plans, Successes, and Lessons Learned

Date: April 2 – 3, 2024
Location: Virtual
CLPs: up to 16

The second annual virtual symposium will reflect the progress with ZT implementation. Hear from more than 20 different speakers representing government, industry, and academia who will share their perspectives and experiences. Learn about ZT implementation successes and other lessons learned that can help you whether you are just beginning with ZT or you are well along the path of ZT implementation.

Hosted by:

  • DoD Zero Trust Portfolio Management Office (PfMO)
  • DAU
  • MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Cloud Security Alliance (CSA)
  • Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC)

This event is open to all members of the DoD and DoD-affiliated contractors.

Registration will be available here soon.


Web Events

Zero Trust web events are held the third Thursday of each month. Each session features experts in the field to help attendees better understand the DoD’s zero trust strategy and successful implement this critical capability.

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Training

Training is delivered at three different levels, from basic (light technical), to intermediate (moderate technical), to advanced (Practitioners and Implementers with strong technical skills). 

Zero Trust courses, created in partnership with the DoD Chief Information Office are available through Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)


Zero Trust Awareness

Enroll:  Visit Joint Knowledge Online, search for DOD course “US003”

Description: The goal of this course is to explain why Zero Trust is a critical concept that should become a major focus for cybersecurity across the DOD. It provides an awareness of the implications of implementing Zero Trust and explains why it is a critical concept that should become a major focus for cybersecurity across the DOD.

Zero Trust for Executives

Enroll: Visit Joint Knowledge Online, search for DOD course “US005”

Description: For the DOD executive, the implementation of Zero Trust principles is crucial to enhance the cybersecurity posture (at an organizational, service, and DOD enterprise level) and protect sensitive information. The overarching goal of this course is to help the DOD executive learn to recognize critical Zero Trust principles as they embark on the Zero Trust journey.

Zero Trust Strategy and Guidance

Enroll: Visit Joint Knowledge Online, search for DOD course “US006”

Description: This course presents underlying strategic guidance, policy and guidance for implementing Zero Trust across DoD organizations. 

Zero Trust Implementation

Enroll: Visit Joint Knowledge Online, search for DOD course US007

Description: This course is designed for DOD and DOD affiliated personnel with an intermediate to advanced understanding of Zero Trust. The assumption is that the learner will play a key role in implementing Zero Trust within your organization and already understand the basics. The overarching goal for this course is to provide relevant training, resources, and lessons learned to equip the Zero Trust implementation leader.