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This tag is associated with 6 posts

Getting agencies access to insider threat solutions

Stories about insider threats pop up with alarming frequency. Continue reading

CDM program to get facelift to fix problems with initial $6B contract

Homeland Security Department officials hailed the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program in August 2013 when it and the General Services Administration awarded the $6 billion contract as a network security program that would provide a “standard measure of protection across government within three years.” Source: CDM program to get facelift to fix problems with … Continue reading

GSA, DHS begin to tip their hand about future of CDM program

The General Services Administration and the Homeland Security Department continue to send signals of how they will move forward after that initial BPA expires in August 2018. Continue reading

GSA, DHS make $102M cyber award to kick off busy 2017

This is commonly referred to identity and access management, and it’s one of the most important pieces to any cyber system trying to stop the ever-growing threats and attack surface. Continue reading

Two awards move DHS closer to opening shared cyber service, phase 3 of CDM

The Homeland Security Department and the General Services Administration put two more key pieces in place under the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program. Continue reading

CDM-as-a-service great, but what next?

In late 2015, DHS and the General Services Administration began the process of offering CDM tools for 40 of the federal government’s smallest agencies via cloud shared services to cut down on or eliminate the on-premises duplication across those smaller entities. Continue reading