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The goal is to fully integrate existing cybersecurity and information technology (IT) data with other organizational functions. This allows defense, the intelligence community, and federal civilian customers to improve IT's contribution to mission assurance and to enable rapid enterprise-wide response to cyber threats.
RedSeal software creates a logical network topology directly from routing device configuration files. These are typically manually generated, making them labor-intensive, error prone, and difficult to keep updated. By automatically generating IT topologies in real time, accuracy and effectiveness are improved. Organizations can be proactive in defending their networks. The software can also model the logical relationship between access to vulnerable devices and the paths to and from critical IT infrastructure, applications, and data in order to prioritize remediation.
'Federal customers have requested a COP [common operational picture] for years, but until now, it has been unclear exactly how to integrate cyber security,' said
'RedSeal is the perfect teammate for this project,' said
RedSeal Networks is the only security solution that provides true end-to-end network visibility and analytics to prevent cyber attacks. RedSeal's automated intelligence gives customers the power to fully see and understand their networks, including all ingress and egress paths that can be exploited. It enables them to rapidly identify, prioritize, and seal security gaps and prevent cybersecurity attacks, network breaches, and data leaks. The solution also assures executives, CIOs, and CISOs that third-party security investments are properly configured and positioned for optimal effectiveness. To learn more or reach a RedSeal representative, please visit our website at redsealnetworks.com.
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