Federal agencies and the nation’s critical infrastructure—such as energy, transportation systems, communications, and financial institutions – are targeted both by local and foreign actors using internal abusers (knowingly or unknowingly) and supply chain attacks, in their effort to overcome existing cyber security measures. Having ultimate visibility, policy enforcement and Rogue Device Mitigation is critical.
Maintaining service continuity on all aspects of life for all citizens.
Protecting your agency’s and state’s crown jewels from rogue devices.
Risk Management Compliance
Achieving a higher level of risk management compliance.
Safeguarding sensitive information access through Hardware devices.
Supply Chain Risks and the “Human Factor”
As per GAO’s recommendation – Establishing a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy and performing effective oversight with regards to mitigation of global supply chain risks and possible malicious hardware is of the utmost importance.
Tackling this challenge requires complete visibility to your hardware assets, regardless of their characteristics and the interface used for connection, as attackers take advantage of the “blind” spots – mainly through USB Human Interface Device (HID) emulating devices or physical layer network implants.