The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program is a significant but complex undertaking for federal agencies – not least because of the complexity of agencies themselves and their IT landscapes. The Department of Homeland Security is an interesting case study, because the department is helping to oversee the CDM initiative as well as implementation for its own benefit. In this webcast, Jeff Gallucci, Director of Authorization, Reviews and Monitoring Ongoing Risk (ARMOR) in the Department of Homeland Security Information Security Office, will share insights and lessons learned from the department’s experience as an early adopter.
For many years, Secure KVM switching technology has been one of the best options for providing users with a way to access desktop systems with different security levels from a single keyboard, monitor and mouse. However, as reliable as Secure KVM has been, it has failed to keep pace with important advances in how agencies manage access to systems and data. That’s where virtual desktop infrastructure and simultaneous multilevel access solutions enter the frame. In this webcast, you will learn how VDI makes it possible for agencies to field secure thin clients that improve both the security and flexibility of multilevel access, while also reducing the cost of operations.