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The need is clear. As increasingly sophisticated threat actors target an ever-expanding attack surface, civilian federal agencies must move beyond compliance and get proactive about cybersecurity.
In this field guide you’ll find a roadmap for leveraging the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program (DHS CDM) to do just that.
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Our Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) team is helping to make cybersecurity more efficient and effective for federal agencies.
We’ve helped 13 federal agencies strengthen their cybersecurity programs using Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation.
DHS selects Booz Allen as prime contractor with $1.03B task order to enhance cyber capabilities
Cyber-attacks against government networks are growing more sophisticated, frequent and dynamic. To tackle the constantly evolving challenge of protecting the United States from these attacks, DHS established the CDM Program in 2012, which envisioned a flexible approach to strengthen the cybersecurity of every computer network and system in the Government. In 2015, Booz Allen (NYSE: BAH) was among the first awarded multiple contracts to partner with DHS and to implement the ambitious CDM Program. Within this first Phase, Booz Allen integrated foundational cybersecurity solutions that spanned 80 percent of the .gov enterprise and gave the 13 participating departments and agencies unprecedented visibility into their networks.