So how do you automate securing and hardening systems for IOOT devices (Intranet of the Other Things)? You know, non-traditional IP-enabled devices like weapon and tactical systems, power and industrial systems, and training and lab devices. SteelCloud developed Config OS with every device in mind. Specifically developed to work in air-gapped environments, ConfigOS fortifies current tactical network cybersecurity, addressing three primary
DoD challenges: inadequately secured tactical networks/devices, large and expensive to deploy cybersecurity technologies and the lack of trained cyber specialists available in the field. SteelCloud fills the gaps and strengths of security for critical infrastructure. By identifying configuration conflicts in every step of the DevOps process, ConfigOS optimizes efficiency and reduces cost/effort/timing throughout the entire Risk Management Framework (RMF ) to better manage risks associated with operating an information system. Federal agencies must now follow assessment standards established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). RMF regulates that system hardening meet the standard STIG and or Center for Information Security (CIS) benchmark. and program delivery process.
ConfigOS is an extremely light-weight efficient solution requiring no web servers, endpoint agents, or databases. With SteelCloud, backed by years of experience in supporting government programs, ConfigOS delivers STIG compliance automation – across every system; from the garrison to the battlefield. Accelerate RMF accreditations, meet ongoing cyber mandates with SteelCloud’s patented software. Are you ready to schedule a demo?