Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation

Established in 2012 by the Department of Homeland Security, the CDM program was designed to protect government data by providing federal agencies with an array of cybersecurity capabilities. Over the last several years, the CDM program has undergone several changes to better align with agencies' cybersecurity initiatives and help them develop an advanced cybersecurity risk posture.

CDM DEFEND, the latest iteration of the program, offers four parent capabilities: Asset Management, Identity and Access Management, Network Security Management and Data Protection Management. These capabilities are delivered in a functional platform that works across all environments.

Download this whitepaper to gain insight into CDM DEFEND and learn how federal agencies can take advantage of its capabilities.

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