With the rising value and volume of digital assets, there’s greater risk of Insiders leaking or stealing sensitive data. Once you grant insiders access to your network, perimeter security offers no protection. Guarding against insider threats requires a focus on understanding and securing the data...
Combining network and endpoint defenses to stop malware. The Digital Guardian server receives FireEye Alerts and converts new IOC discovered by FireEye into rules for endpoint agents to confirm the extent of an infection, quickly contain that infection, and block new infections.
The Digital Guardian App for Splunk Enterprise includes a Technology Add-on (TA) that collects data from the Digital Guardian Management Console and normalizes it to the Common Information Model (CIM) so it can be used in the Splunk Enterprise Security App and other CIM
compliant Apps. Learn more a...
Almost all federal agencies are impacted by compliance mandates
designed to protect the integrity of critical government records
against accidental and malicious threats. To achieve compliance with these mandates, agencies must be able
to identify critical data throughout their organization, clas...
Public agencies face a growing number of cyber
threats from outside sources, from hacktivists and
criminal syndicates to state-sponsored actors and
rogue “lone wolfs”. These criminals use multiple
forms of attack to target and extract critical data –
requiring government to continuously g...
Traditional federal security solutions tend
to focus on infrastructure, but overlook the
employee or contractor. This can create a blind
spot for your agency, preventing you from
knowing what data users are accessing and
what they’re doing with it. This security void,
combined with increasin...
Public-sector security pros must be ready to sense,
locate and stop threats of any size at any time, across
every kind of data. But more of these threats are coming
from unfamiliar vectors and unexpected actors –
including employees and contractor insiders.Digital Guardian helps government res...
“On May 18, 2016, the Department of Defense published Change
2 to DoD 5220.22-M, ‘National Industrial Security Operating
Manual (NISPOM).’ NISPOM Change 2 requires contractors to
establish and maintain an insider threat program to detect, deter
and mitigate insider threats. Contractors mus...
With the rising value and volume of digital assets within agencies,
there’s greater risk of insiders stealing sensitive data. Once you
grant insider access to your network, perimeter security offers
no defense. Bad actors enjoy the latitude that comes with trusted
access, and can easily compro...