Tag Archives: Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation

Forcepoint’s Eric Trexler: CDM DEFEND Phase Could Help Agencies Address Modernization, Interoperability Issues

Eric Trexler, vice president for global governments and critical infrastructure sales at Forcepoint, wrote in a commentary published Tuesday on Federal News Network that the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation program’s transition to the third phase - Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense - could provide agencies an opportunity to address interoperability and modernization challenges. Such challenges were revealed in a survey of more than 200 federal civilian IT leaders conducted in August with research firm Market Connections.

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Cybersecurity Representatives Provide Insights in Operationalizing New Offerings From CDM Program

Representatives from Booz Allen Hamilton and Forcepoint have said new developments in the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation program will help federal agencies further secure their networks, FedScoop reported Sunday. The third phase of CDM named DEFEND has allowed agencies to acquire more cybersecurity and data protection …

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Forcepoint’s Eric Trexler: CDM Program Could Help Federal Agencies Build Cyber Needs Into IT Efforts

Eric Trexler, vice president for global governments and critical infrastructure sales at Forcepoint, has said the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation program launched by the Department of Homeland Security and the General Services Administration is an initial step in the integration of cybersecurity requirements into federal information technology efforts. Trexler wrote …

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Commerce Dept Seeks Info on Cloud Migration Support Services

The Commerce Department has issued a request for information to gather input on Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-certified cloud service providers and vendors that can support the migration of mission-critical applications to the cloud. The department said in a FedBizOpps notice published Tuesday it envisions a potential contractor to migrate and …

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