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Axonius Increases Cyber Asset Management Platform’s Public Sector Accessibility

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Axonius Increases Cyber Asset Management Platform’s Public Sector Accessibility

The Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community can now access Axonius Federal Systems’ cybersecurity asset management platform through the Enterprise Software Initiative blanket purchase agreement awarded to TD Synnex Public Sector.

The DOD prefers to procure IT products and services via ESI BPAs in compliance with the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. Such procurement agreements offer terms and conditions favorable to defense customers and discounts based on GSA Schedule Contract pricing, Axonius Federal Systems said.

According to Tom Kennedy, vice president of Axonius Federal Systems, the platform will support the DOD’s goal to implement a zero trust architecture by fiscal year 2027. The platform provides “IT, security, and operations teams full visibility and observability to their complete asset inventory, whether on-premises or in the cloud,” he added.

In an interview with MeriTalk in December 2022, Kennedy said the cybersecurity model requires accurate, up-to-date cyber asset inventories, noting that network visibility is the key to securing critical networks.

According to Axonius, its platform will provide the DOD and IC agencies a clear picture of the complete cyber asset attack surface through automated asset and vulnerability discovery.

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