Federal Cyber Skills Gap

Building Cyber Warriors for 2020

The cyber skills gap is a growing problem across both the private and public sector. Fidelis’ VP of Product, Tim Roddy, talks to CyberScoop about how this skills gap is driving increased demand for automation according to the State of Threat Detection 2019. As cyber terrain continues to expand and security teams must triage and respond to a growing number of alerts, automation is going to play a critical role.

To learn more about how agencies can use automation and other state of the art technologies to complement their existing workforce, please fill out the form on the right to receive your copy of Fidelis Cybersecurity’s Addressing the Federal Cyber Workforce Skills Shortage webinar. In this webinar, Fidelis subject matter experts lay out a roadmap for closing the federal cyber skills gap.


Modernizing the Cyber Security Posture of the Federal Government

Transforming Agencies’ Operations, Tools, And Workforce

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With new, advanced threats emerging every day, federal security teams are facing unprecedented challenges in lowering agency-wide risk, modernizing outdated systems, and hiring leading talent. To address these challenges with limited budgets, you should consider ways to establish full visibility across your agency’s cyber terrain and automating tasks where possible.

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Operationalizing Frameworks

Start with a strategy that encompasses agency operations, tools and people. Agencies need to know what assets they control, how they are protected, and their capability gaps or redundancies. By evaluating capabilities against a threat-based framework, agencies can instantly gain the decisive advantage, allowing them to increase the efficiency of security operations and reduce adversary dwell time.

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Streamlining the Security Stack

Too often, agencies are forced into playing reactive defense against cyber-attacks. As a result, they adopt point solutions designed to address immediate problems without considering interoperability concerns or capability redundancies. Agencies should begin to re-imagine their stack, embracing a streamlined approach that allows for continuous monitoring for compliance, insider threats and external threats. This will also help to ease the gap commonly experienced between security and operations teams, allowing each to inform the other rather than acting in opposition.

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Fidelis Elevate: A CDM Solution

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has developed the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program to provide adequate, risk-based, and cost-effective cybersecurity with more efficient allocation of cybersecurity resources. This white paper examines how Fidelis Cybersecurity delivers critical technologies and services to help federal organizations accelerate full implementation of CDM with operational focus on the mission to automatically detect, deter and defeat adversaries on every level.

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Our Platform

Elevate Your Security with Fidelis

Fidelis Elevate™ provides the backbone of the ideal security architecture for equipping the SOC moving forward. When deployed with complementary solutions, it can be equipped to detect and respond to the most advanced attacks as well as the unintended actions of the uninformed employee in a rapid detect, respond and hunt manner. Additionally, the Fidelis Elevate security platform provides the core functionality, including a single pane of glass management console, required by Incident Response (IR) and Cyber Hunt Forward teams that are critical to the overall cyber security of the government, agency or organization.

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