The CDM program helps government agencies move toward fortifying their cybersecurity networks and systems. It was developed in 2012 to support government-wide risk-based cybersecurity solutions to assist participating agencies improve their security posture consistently and cost-effectively. In this session CyberArk will showcase how to Enforce Privilege Access Controls through CDM.
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