The risks and threats facing government systems are continuously evolving and are increasing in aggressiveness. The DHS's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program diminishes these threats by creating a framework for continuously monitoring cybersecurity risks and prioritizing them to enable the efficient deployment of the most critical mitigations first.
With the rollout of CDM phase 4, the program in its entirety will now address all aspects of information system governance. Deploying phase 4 data protection tools on top of the previous capabilities creates a holistic approach to network security. As new threats arise, or new data is added to a network, CDM enables continuous improvements to be identified and deployed on an ongoing basis.
Attend this luncheon seminar to learn how to address CDM data protection requirements with solutions that fit seamlessly into an existing CDM infrastructure. We will discuss how to:
- Implement cryptographic controls
- Address key management requirements
- Tackle logging and audit requisites
- Maintain ongoing governance