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Big changes are coming to the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program. The second phase of CDM is now in full swing, and the Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration are preparing for the third phase, which represents a significant shift in focus—and in capabilities.
In phase three, CDM will provide agencies with the tools for protecting the boundaries—network, physical and virtual—and for planning for and responding cyber incidents. The third phase also will address requirements for managing the full cybersecurity lifecycle.
At this event, cyber experts from across government discussed tools and tactics for implementing CDM and for making it a centerpiece of an agency’s broader cyber strategy. The event provided a deep-dive look into the various phases of CDM, including progress reports, as well as innovations, solutions and trends driving the program forward.
The agenda included Fireside chats with CDM executives led by Troy Schneider, Editor-in-Chief of FCW & GCN; government panels, keynotes and sessions, as well as a closing workshop session that provides attendees an opportunity to engage with government speakers on their most pressing CDM issues.
Potential topics addressed include:
- Best practices in risk management
- New approaches to managing privileges and credentials
- The convergence of physical and logical security
- Endpoint security
- Identity management
- Audience and compliance reporting
- The intersection of cloud, FedRAMP and CDM
- Strategies for cyber lifecycle management
- Advances in security-related behavior management
- Leveraging cyber dashboards
- Real-time asset discovery and vulnerability management