DFARS CYBERSECURITY REQUIREMENTS
The threat facing the Department of Defense (DoD) unclassified information have dramatically increased and the data that is digitally stored rely on contractors for a variety of information technology services. Recent high-profile incidents involving government information demand that data security requirements are clearly and effectively communicated to both government and industry.
The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) passed in 2016 is a safeguarding measure covering defense information and cyber incident reporting.
HOW DOES THIS AFFECT CONTRACTORS?
DFARS regulation now requires DoD contractors, subcontractors and small business to provide adequate security to safeguard covered defense information that resides or transits through their internal classified information systems from unauthorized access and disclosure. This includes rapid reporting, discovery of malware and the protection and identification of all relevant monitoring/packet capture data for at least 90 days.
WHY CHOOSE CERTES NETWORKS
SECURE DATA IN TRANSIT
A secure end-to-end encryption management solution that is uncomplicated, scalable and easily applied enterprise-wide. The Certes Layer 4 solution encrypts data in transit and secures critical applications without having to move, replace or disrupt their network infrastructure with no burden on the network or staff.
VISIBILITY – WE ONLY ENCRYPT THE PAYLOAD
Standard IPsec encryption technology has only been able to encrypt all of the packet leaving no visibility of network traffic. The Certes Layer 4 Solution alleviates this problem because only the payload of the packet is encrypted so that complete visibility is maintained for functionality and troubleshooting capabilities.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR SECURITY POSTURE
CryptoFlow® Net Creator software is our centralized key management system that provides full control over your security posture. Contractors can now manage and coordinate multiple networks with one automated centralized key management system vs. IPsec encryption which requires configuration and management of multiple devices and systems.
An encryption solution that is simple, scalable and uncomplicated.
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