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An attribute exchange platform that provides fine-grained access control to data, systems, and networks— both in and among enterprises—based on a person’s title, division, certifications, and other characteristics.
Explores capabilities that can effectively, efficiently and automatically detect when a malicious actor attempts to perform an action in an organization’s IT infrastructure that could result in financial, reputational, and operational impacts to the organization.
Prevents unauthorized parties from reading or modifying an organization's email, or using it as a vector for malware, by using the Domain Name System (DNS)-Based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE) protocol.
Provides managed service providers with informed guidance that will enable them to adopt cybersecurity technologies and techniques that result in better security for themselves and their small business customers.
Integrates privacy-enhancing technologies into identity broker solutions to meet the privacy objectives of users and organizations.
Implementing BGP Route Origin Validation (ROV) based upon the Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) can mitigate accidental and malicious attacks associated with route hijacking.