A Proactive Approach to Security

A Proactive Approach to Security

In today’s world, federal agencies across the DoD, Intel, and Civilian landscape are constantly under attack. The technology solutions they need – from collaboration tools, cloud computing, networking, enterprise applications, and the modern data center – need security woven into their framework to protect against data loss.

As the network security company, we take a proactive approach to building a security framework across your enterprise using the principles of zero-trust so that threats – whether coming from inside or outside of your network – are discovered and dealt with before they become a problem. Our security solutions meet federal security guidelines, and our cleared engineers are certified to deploy, monitor, and maintain the security technology you require to achieve your mission.

  • Firewalls
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Packet Capture
  • Network Flow
  • Application Patching
  • Systems Updates
  • Remediation
  • Reporting
  • Port Security
  • Intrusion Prevention
  • Data Tagging and Protection
  • Log Management
  • Data Analytics

END TO END SECURITY—IDENTIY IS THE NEW PERIMETER

OPTIMIZE YOUR CYBER THREAT RESPONSE AND MANAGEMENT WITH THESE CDM TIPS

ACHIEVE ZERO-TRUST SECURITY WITH MICRO-SEGMENTATION

 

By treating identity access points as the new perimeter, federal agencies can take a proactive approach to securing both the exterior and the interior of their networks. Read how in this eBook:

 

CISA’s CDM program offers a complex but important puzzle that agencies cannot solve with a single vendor. Holistic security controls cannot happen without other technologies in place—such as proper visibility and decrypting and logging traffic. Get the most out of the CDM program by ensuring your agency is already equipped with these three capabilities:

 

In today’s intricate IT environment—with the majority of apps off-prem and workforces still operating remotely—a traditional perimeter-based security model just doesn’t get the job done. Read our latest blog to understand why multi-factor authentication at the application and user level will help your agency stay two steps ahead of today’s evolving security threats.

  End to End Security-Identity is the New Perimeter   Optimize your Cyber Threat Response and Management with these CDM Tips   Achieve Zero-Trust Security with Micro-Segmentation

END TO END SECURITY—IDENTIY IS THE NEW PERIMETER

 

By treating identity access points as the new perimeter, federal agencies can take a proactive approach to securing both the exterior and the interior of their networks. Read how in this eBook:

OPTIMIZE YOUR CYBER THREAT RESPONSE AND MANAGEMENT WITH THESE CDM TIPS

 

CISA’s CDM program offers a complex but important puzzle that agencies cannot solve with a single vendor. Holistic security controls cannot happen without other technologies in place—such as proper visibility and decrypting and logging traffic. Get the most out of the CDM program by ensuring your agency is already equipped with these three capabilities:

ACHIEVE ZERO-TRUST SECURITY WITH MICRO-SEGMENTATION

 

In today’s intricate IT environment—with the majority of apps off-prem and workforces still operating remotely—a traditional perimeter-based security model just doesn’t get the job done. Read our latest blog to understand why multi-factor authentication at the application and user level will help your agency stay two steps ahead of today’s evolving security threats.

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