As a federal agency, you're under extra pressure to secure your data and infrastructure. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program's Approved Products List (APL) helps you do that by guiding your choice of security solutions toward those that have been reviewed and approved.
So we're excited to share that ExtraHop Reveal(x) is now available under the CDM APL. With this accreditation, federal civilian agencies can more easily evaluate, procure, and implement ExtraHop Reveal(x).
From Insight to Action
Safeguarding government networks, applications, and systems requires complete visibility and real-time situational awareness. Without full operational visibility, actionable insight suffers.
By implementing ExtraHop Reveal(x) cloud-ready network detection and response (NDR), federal agencies can achieve CDM program objectives. Reveal(x) provides vital intelligence to understand, modernize, and secure complex agency infrastructure from the inside out.
Reveal(x) passively monitors all network interactions using industry-leading telemetry and detects suspicious activity through advanced behavioral analysis to identify threats and performance anomalies with high fidelity. No agents required.
Cyber protection teams gain unmatched situational awareness to more quickly identify vectors of attack ahead of disruption, understand the full implication that security events have on application performance, and prioritize the most critical problems—all through a single-pane-of-glass solution that creates cost efficiencies and streamlines investigation workflows across cyber, network, cloud, and DevSecOps teams.
As part of our long dedication to the U.S. Federal marketplace, ExtraHop adds the CDM program validation to a comprehensive set of compliance standards and certifications we maintain to ensure the highest level of security and privacy assurance, including:
- NIST CSF— the international standard for best practices in managing and processing financial information, intellectual property, employee details, and information entrusted to third parties. ExtraHop's information security policy is based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, which offers standards, guidelines, and best practices to manage cybersecurity risk.
- SOC 2 and SOC 3— the third-party audits of a company's processing controls pertaining to consumer data.
- *General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)—*a law intended to improve the privacy, security, and transparency in the use of personal data for European citizens.
- US Privacy Shield— managed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Privacy Shield program demonstrates a company's serious commitment to the protection of personal information.
You can learn more about how Reveal(x) can support U.S. Federal agencies by visiting our dedicated resource hub.