Continuous Diagnostics and Monitoring: Filling the cybersecurity breach
In September 2013, the Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration began a new era in federal information security with the launch of the Continuous Diagnostics and Monitoring program. CDM is designed to help agencies bolster their continuous monitoring programs by providing easy access to essential tools and services. In the months ahead, this special report will provide government agencies with insights into the discipline of continuous monitoring and explain how to leverage the full benefits of the CDM program.
The CDM program is designed to take the concept of continuous monitoring one step further by creating a cybersecurity ecosphere that spans the dot-gov domain. Read More
The first phase of the DHS program has the potential to help many agencies to deal with many cyberattacks, but agencies need to keep in mind the broader set of FISMA requirements. Read More
Solutions are emerging that will help agencies deal with the complexities involved with enterprise-level monitoring initiatives. Read More
The Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program emphasizes the importance of both agency- and federal-level dashboards as a way to identify vulnerabilities that must be addressed. Read More
GSA, which manages the Continuous Monitoring-as-a-Service contracts, is looking to provide agencies with all the resources they need to make their CDM initiatives a success.Read More