Recorded Future has been authorized to offer its threat intelligence platform to support the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program.
The Somerville, Mass.-based firm said Thursday its machine learning-based Recorded Future Platform will be included in the CDM Approved Product List for the CDM cybersecurity program, which aims to provide real-time threat mitigation technologies to federal, state and local government agencies.
The threat intelligence platform is designed to integrate into CDM Phase 3 or DEFEND, which covers the extensive monitoring of network security controls in order to enact better responses to behavior incidents.
Agencies can access the platform for purchase on various contract vehicles through Carahsoft.
The Recorded Future Platform is an approved product for the Respond to Contingencies and Incidents and Manage Operation Security tool functional areas under the DM Technical Capabilities Requirements Catalog.