As government agencies continue to face increasingly hazardous IT security threats, they are constantly challenged to keep these threats at bay while protecting sensitive - and often classified - data. To help them address these challenges, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been developing a process for implementing continuous diagnostics and mitigation, an automated approach to evolving computer network and systems cyber security. This approach is designed to help government organizations understand the threats, data and assets that reside within their networks, relevant risks, and real-time mitigation techniques.
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- The importance of continuous diagnostics and mitigation;
- What role does continuous monitoring play in combating evolving threats;
- The three distinct phases of implementing information security continuous diagnostics and mitigation.