Scott Rose works as a computer scientist at the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST). Scott works on Internet infrastructure protection research and Internet protocol research. Scott is the editor of several IETF network protocol specifications and the author of several NIST Special Publications on secure Internet protocols. His current work is in bringing zero trust security understanding to the US Government. Scott received his BA in Computer Science from The College of Wooster and his MS from University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
European Identity and Cloud Conference 2021
Sep 14, 2021
Aligning Identity with Zero Trust
Using Identity in a Zero Trust Architecture