Comply-to-Connect: The Basis for Cybersecurity
The cybersecurity challenges facing federal government agencies are more complex than ever and demand comprehensive solutions capable of securing networks, devices and data.
Comply-to-Connect How Can Your Organization Get Started?
DISA’s Comply-to-Connect Program Office has made Forescout Products and Services available to all DoD organizations to move forward with C2C implementation. Learn how to get started here.
COMPLY-TO-CONNECT IN LESS THAN 6 MINUTES
Knowing all of the devices on the DoD’s Information Network, or DODIN, has always been a challenge. And if they don’t know that a device is connected, they can’t defend it or the information on it. Comply-to-Connect, or ‘C2C,’ is changing all of that.
INCREASE CYBER EFFICIENCY ACROSS CURRENT & EMERGING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS
The Forescout platform can provide visibility, hygiene, mitigation and control across technical, management and operational assets in accordance with the U.S. Government’s 800-53 and NIST SP 800-171 standards. This device visibility and control solution:
How will C2C give you the capabilities you need to meet mission objectives?
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