2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: Matt Hartman

 

Name: Matt Hartman
Title: Deputy Program Manager, Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation
Agency/Company: Department of Homeland Security

Keeping CDM on track. Hartman, who is responsible for managing the $4 billion CDM program, ensured that by the end of 2016 tools and services were available to 70 federal agencies so they can detect vulnerabilities and prioritize the associated risks. His coordination of deployment efforts with hundreds of internal and external stakeholders kept the CDM program on schedule. He also helped manage a massive undertaking in the form of CyberStat review that provided agencies with a much-needed reminder of the importance of the CDM program and its vital security capabilities.

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