Gaining a Decisive Advantage

Terrain Based Cyber Defense

When it comes to cybersecurity, you can only defend what you can see. Fidelis CTO Craig Harber sits down with ISMG to discuss how organizations are giving up their advantage to attackers when they lack visibility of their cyber terrain. Organizations continue to suffer breaches, oftentimes because they do not have continuous, real-time visibility of all their managed and unmanaged assets. With more data and applications moving to the cloud, IoT and other emerging technologies, the attack surface continues to expand, giving adversaries more blind spots to leverage.

To learn more about how attackers are leveraging blind spots, and how organizations can gain the decisive advantage, fill out the form on the right and watch our on-demand webinar with SANS on Gaining the Decisive Advantage Through Terrain-Based Defense.


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every day, federal security teams are facing unprecedented challenges in lowering agency-wide risk, modernizing outdated systems, and hiring leading talent.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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Addressing the Federal Cyber Workforce Skills Shortage

As cyber threats and adversaries grow in sophistication, so does the risk to federal organizations. Dealing with these advanced threats demands specialized knowledge and skills – resources that are currently spread thin across the public sector. To address this cyber skills gap challenge, the White House recently issued Executive Order 13870, “America’s Cybersecurity Workforce,” which aims to strengthen the federal cyber security workforce and operationalize agencies’ cyber security training, evaluation and hiring efforts. Watch this webinar where we share considerations on how federal leaders and other private organizations can work to modernize their workforce.

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Streamlining the Stack

Too often, agencies are forced react to 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 cyber security with more efficient allocation of 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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