Continuously monitor to mitigate threats

Federal IT requires real-time visibility of user activity to meet FISMA and NIST RMF continuous monitoring guidance. You need the ability to recognize threats, cyber-intrusions and data breaches.

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Speed identification of threats proactively

To quickly identify threats before they cause damage, you need real-time, continuous information and analysis of security events when they are occurring. You need to be able to rapidly detect suspicious activity which requires closer analysis.

Adherence to NIST RMF guidance for Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation (CDM) programs and technology will help you establish baselines of normal activity patterns, which will make it faster to spot inconsistencies. This identification is key in analyzing security posture, detecting cyber-intrusion potential and advanced persistent threats, mitigating the risk of data breaches and shortening the window of exposure.

Monitor for suspicious behavior and unauthorized change

It is your job to grant the right level of access to mission-critical systems and information assets. It is much easier to maintain a good security posture if your system configurations and integrity assessments are streamlined and automated. You must guard against system corruption and data theft by unauthorized users.

Accidents can happen on occasion, but the real problem is defending against ‘trusted’ internal consumers of sensitive data who have legitimate access to systems and data on a daily basis. Identity-powered security monitoring integrates roles and privileges so you have visibility into 'who, what, when and where' data is being accessed and altered. This puts you in a proactive position to monitor for suspicious behavior and take action. This allows you to mitigate risk for potential data breaches continuously.

Defend against future attacks and breaches

To defend against future attacks, you need security intelligence and you must provide the right data to the right administrators. Your Compliance Officer, Auditor, security personnel and IT professionals require information in a way that lets them take precise action in minutes—not hours or days. Systems must be monitored in the context of identity (roles and privileges) of your users, aligned with NIST RMF guidance, to provide real-time visibility of your facilities’ and agencies’ overall security risk on a continuous basis.

Detect and address policy violations to close compliance gaps

Whether you manage your IT environment on–premise, virtually, or in the cloud, you need a way to coordinate everything from one place, centrally managing all of the processes and policies that determine how you monitor access and changes to sensitive data. Defining baseline system configurations and then maintaining these over time is key. This is what will make it possible to detect and resolve configuration problems in your systems.

Also, providing a mechanism to centrally record and audit changes across your most critical platforms, including Windows, Linux/UNIX, and Active Directory, will be key too. This will aid in complying with the regulatory guidance to build a process that delivers continuous IT security compliance.

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U.S. Federal Government Contracts

  • NetIQ
    GSA Schedule #GS-35F-0429J
    Army W91QUZ-04-A0003
    Sylvia Gonzales
  • Promark Technology
    GSA Schedule #GS-35F-4342D
    Todd Hartung
  • FedTek
    GSA Schedule #GS-35F-4794H

Regulations and Standards

NetIQ solutions help to assure compliance with regulatory guidance affecting U.S. Federal agencies: