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Exceed Executive Order Requirements for EDR with VMware Carbon Black
Exceed Executive Order Requirements

for EDR with VMware Carbon Black
Thursday, June 24, 2021
2:00pm ET; 11:00am PT
60 minutes
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   CPE Eligible

On May 12th, President Biden signed a cybersecurity Executive Order (EO) focused on improving the federal government’s security posture. This EO requires a multitude of actions such as securing the software supply chain, incident response and vulnerability management, and harmonizing cybersecurity requirements between the federal civilian, defense, and intelligence communities. As we have seen in recent breaches, slow and inconsistent deployment of foundational cybersecurity tools and practices leave organizations exposed to adversaries. This EO calls for the deployment of an Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) initiative to support proactive detection of cybersecurity incidents.

VMware Carbon Black is in a unique position to help defense agencies meet these needs by ensuring enterprises can continuously monitor and record all activity on endpoints and servers and removing the fog of war to give our warfighters clear and concise visibility into their environments. The combination of endpoint visibility with threat intelligence helps enterprises to proactively hunt for threats, adapt their detection, and respond quickly, increasing mission readiness.

Join VMware and Carahsoft to learn how VMware Carbon Black EDR can meet the requirements outlined in President Biden’s Executive Order on improving the nation’s cybersecurity by providing the following capabilities:

Visibility –  Immediate real-time visibility into the files, executions, network connections, and critical system resources on every machine.
Detection – Detect advanced threats, zero-day attacks, and other malware that evades signature-based detection tools—in real time. 
Response – Instantly have the information you need to analyze, scope, contain, and remediate the problem. 
Prevention – “Detect-and-Deny” technology uses advanced threat indicators (ATIs) to detect malware and stop its execution.

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