UDTSecure GovSec Bundle tailors cybersecurity solutions to Federal Agencies

Their end goal ranges from stealing sensitive data and conducting reconnaissance to disrupting and defacing the organizations themselves.
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Intelligence, defense, civilian agencies, and the industrial base that support these departments, are prime targets for attackers because of the vast amounts of sensitive information they store, send and use. A range of adversaries including state-sponsored attackers, pose a constant threat to organizations in this industry. Their end goal ranges from stealing sensitive data and conducting reconnaissance to disrupting and defacing the organizations themselves.

Insiders after classified information pose a major threat as well, and roughly half of federal departments and agencies lack the capabilities to implement an effective insider threat programs. A recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, which surveyed the 24 major federal agencies, found they have been inconsistent in implementing cybersecurity requirements from the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

UDT’s suite of security offerings include the following:
• UDTSecure™ Threat Assessment Services
• Database Vulnerability Scanning
• Web Application Firewall
• Network Access Controludtonline.com
• Data Loss Prevention
• Managed Security Services
• Security Awareness Education
• Penetration Testing
• Incident Response on Retainer (IRR)

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