ThreatConnect‘s intelligence-based security operations platform has been included in the Department of Homeland Security’s list of approved products for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program. DHS chose the ThreatConnect offering to help agencies defend networks against threats and support the CDM program’s third phase, dubbed Dynamic and Evolving Federal Network Defense, the company said Thursday.
“The approval process is an arduous one and we are proud to be recognized as one of a select few to provide a solution that federal agencies can rely on to help protect them,” said ThreatConnect CEO Adam Vincent.
Through the CDM program, agencies have access to multiple network security and data protection management tools designed to help them mitigate and respond to cyber threats in real time. Carahsoft offers the ThreatConnect platform to the public sector via government contract vehicles.