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July 9th, 2018
Rather than a narrow focus, agencies are taking a broader view of threats. These more comprehensive evaluations are known as digital risk management.
October 2nd, 2017
There are some truly effective data-centric tools out there to add to your security arsenal – and digital rights management is one of the best.
April 28th, 2017
Lately, it seems like a day doesn’t go by without hearing about havoc wreaked by cyberattacks in public and private sectors alike.
March 8th, 2017
Suffering from cybersecurity alert fatigue? Triaging your agencies incident-response alarms can help your team keep up with all of the alerts.
January 24th, 2017
The CDM program in conjunction with Okta is a great way for agencies to address cybersecurity initiatives outlined in the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP).
October 31st, 2016
Originally, the CDM program was intended to be implemented over the course of three separate phases. However, new and emerging needs since its inception have prompted developers to make changes to accommodate those needs.
October 7th, 2016
Cybersecurity in government is paramount today. Even with new policies, like last year’s Cyber Security Sprint or the Cybersecurity National Action Plan, the number of attacks against federal systems continues to grow at astonishing rates – 59% of respondents in a recent federal executive survey disagreed that the federal government is capable of detecting ongoing cyber-attacks.
September 19th, 2016
The Federal Government has placed a big bet on CDM to enable civilian agencies to do the right thing when it comes to cybersecurity, but agencies need to start using the program to its full potential.
August 4th, 2016
As government agencies work together and share information, the potential for security risks increase. The benefits of this sharing and collaboration are significant, making it essential to secure these connections quickly. The Department of Homeland Security is leading the government-wide effort around Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM), which, among other things, aims to make connections between government agencies more secure. The program vets a broad array of CDM-related products and then recommends the appropriate software for federal, as well as state and local, agencies. CDM solutions help agencies identify cybersecurity risks on an ongoing basis, prioritize risks based on potential impacts, and enable cybersecurity personnel to mitigate the most significant problems first, allowing the valuable cross-agency communication and sharing to continue.