DHS tries to demystify continuous monitoring


The Homeland Security department is trying to demystify continuous monitoring, reports Federal News Radio.

DHS has issued policy to explain just what continuous monitoring is, and to give agencies and vendors a guide to implement it.

Continuous monitoring is part of an ongoing effort to update the Federal Information Security Management Act, which originally required agency reviews of systems only once every three years.

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