Growing Visibility Gap Threatens Government Data and Public Safety
Our Federal Government is under attack. Government has always been – and remains – a top cyber attack target and the rising geopolitical tensions and increasingly fragile digital infrastructure has raised the threat level to an all-time high. Operational silos have developed between cybersecurity, physical security, supply chain security, product security, health, and safety systems. Closing this “visibility gap” is now more important than ever as it is a serious threat to government networks and our country. Government organizations can’t defend against threats they can’t see.
Due to the explosion of unmanaged endpoints in the past few years, many federal agencies experience a visibility gap where IT and security leaders cannot see all the vulnerable assets within their environment. The problem? Legacy security tools can only see managed – not unmanaged – devices on the network.
The federal government has responded with a push for Zero Trust architectures with directives such as:
And of course, agencies can’t trust what they can’t see either. With limited funding and internal resources, agency IT teams need a solution that is easy to deploy and provides visibility into ALL devices connected to the network – managed, unmanaged, IoT, and OT. Armis closes the visibility gap and protects the mission.
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Armis achieves U.S. Department of Defense Impact Level 4 Authorization
Today marks an important milestone for our company. The Armis platform has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) “In Process” designation.
Armis Achieves Final FedRAMP Authorization
The Armis platform has achieved final “Authorized” status from the United States government’s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).
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