DHS Clears Sepio Under CDM Program

The Department of Homeland Security has cleared Sepio Systems for its Approved Product List through the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program. Sepio may now offer the government CDM capabilities in asset management, network security management and data protection management, in addition to its currently exclusive rogue device mitigation capabilities, the company announced Tuesday.

Under the CDM program, the DHS aims to fortify government networks and systems amid the growing risks of cyberattacks. Chen Ben Eliyahu, Sepio's vice president of business development, said the company's asset visibility service allows agencies to reliably monitor and respond to cyber incidents.

Sepio added that its RDM security suite defends against hardware-based attacks by using fingerprinting technology and device behavior analytics.

Category: Future Trends

Tags: APL, Approved Product List, Ben Eliyahu, CDM, Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation, cybersecurity, Department of Homeland Security, DHS, federal network, Future Trends, RDM, Sepio Systems, vice president,

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