The move to the cloud has caused attack surfaces to grow at alarming rates. Today’s attackers now use automation to scan for cracks in every organization while most security teams are still held back by manual analysis. It’s an unfair fight, and the attackers often have the edge.
Recognizing these lingering visibility challenges, this October, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 23-01 on “Improving Asset Visibility and Vulnerability Detection on Federal Networks.” This BOD instructs Federal agencies to “make measurable progress toward enhancing visibility into agency assets and associated vulnerabilities.”
With network defenders often lacking an accurate understanding of their internet-facing attack surface, too often adversaries have the upper hand. Cortex Xpanse flips this paradigm with its Internet Operations Management (IOM) solution. "By providing centralized visibility and situational awareness over its entire global network, we will help the U.S. Department of Defense fulfill its mission of ensuring our nation's security." -Nikesh Arora, chairman and CEO of Palo Alto Networks
Register now for our upcoming live webinar to learn how Palo Alto Networks internet operations management (IOM) solutions can help you gain the advantage.
- Choosing a comprehensive and scalable IOM solution
- Addressing the required actions, reporting requirements and metrics laid out in Binding Operational Directive 23-01
- Why the DoD chose Cortex Xpanse to supercharge their cyber defenses