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How Are You Protecting Government Data?

Thycotic’s privilege management gives Federal agencies and government contractors simple, automated controls to secure confidential information, and to meet the US Department of Homeland Security CDM requirements.

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Malicious threat agents and state-sponsored attacks are targeting Federal government IT systems.

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Attacks can disrupt mission-critical operations, corrupt or steal classified information, and deny essential services.

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Privilege management secures access to data and systems to prevent and defend against cyber attacks.

Privileged credentials must be managed and
secured to protect billions of federal records

The most sensitive data and critical IT systems managed by the federal government are accessible to anyone with the right credentials. Privileged management solutions, including role-based access control, encryption, multi-factor authentication, and enforcement of a least privilege policy, are an essential part of a cyber security strategy for all federal agencies and contractors.

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When cyber criminals stole 22 million records from the Office of Management and Budget, it was the largest data breach in U.S. government history. This cyber catastrophe gave us a glimpse of the scope of potential attacks on government systems.

Although awareness of cyber risk is higher than ever, federal agencies still struggle to secure legacy IT systems with weak security controls and scarce security resources.

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3/4 of federal agencies are at significant risk from cyber attackers.

– Office of Management and Budget

Federal Audit and Compliance Mandates You Need to Know

Federal agencies as well as contractors that wish to do business with the federal government must abide by key cyber regulations. These security rules mandate how access to sensitive data and systems must be managed and audited to minimize the risk of a cyber attack.

FISMA NIST controls:
See how you comply

Free Guide

To protect classified data and mission-critical government systems from cyber attack, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) mandates that federal agencies and government contractors develop, document, and implement a cyber security program.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) outlines steps covered entities must take to comply with FISMA in NIST SP 800-53. It provides a framework for federal agencies and contractors to implement security controls.

25% of Cyber Attacks Stem from Malicious
or Accidental Insider Behavior

When government insiders have privileged access to information they are vulnerable to cyber attack. Insiders with privileged credentials may find ways to skirt security controls in an effort to get their jobs done more quickly. Foreign entities could use social engineering to recruit them—wittingly or unwittingly —for cyber espionage. Learn how Thycotic helps federal agencies reduce the risk of insider threats.

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Protecting the Federal Government from Insider Threats

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Balancing Access, Security and Compliance
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Protect Critical Government Systems and Data from Cyber Attack

CDM
Program

Use Thycotic to meet Phase 2 CDM requirements

ISO 27001 controls
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How to map to ISO 27001 controls

Thycotic Secret Server achieves Common Criteria certification

Here’s how Secret Server meets requirements for government-use IT security products.