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    DLT's Approach

    DLT understands the complexity of cybersecurity, which affects nearly every aspect of technology. To simplify matters, we boil down cyber into 13 categories; here’s the breakdown.

    • Application Security
    • Configuration Management
    • Contingency Planning, Redundancy, & Business Continuity
    • Data Security
    • Endpoint Protection
    • Governance, Risk, and Compliance
    • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    • Incident Response and Forensics (IR)
    • Infrastructure Security
    • Messaging Security
    • System and Asset Management

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    DLT's Secure Software Factory

    Secure Software Factory (SSF), is a framework that provides the public sector with consistent development and deployment of high-quality, scalable, resilient and secure software throughout an application’s lifecycle.

    By adopting the SSF framework, government agencies and educational institutions can save money through compatibility, increase development velocity by automating the steps in an application development process, and increase quality and consistency by providing a baseline architecture that can be easily followed and replicated.



    Zero Trust

    Zero Trust is the term for an evolving set of cybersecurity paradigms that move defenses from static, network-based perimeters to focus on users, assets, and resources. A Zero Trust architecture uses Zero Trust Principles to plan industrial and enterprise infrastructure and workflows. Access NIST’s special publication, NIST 800-207 to attain guidelines set by NIST around Zero Trust architecture.

    For more information around Zero Trust visit the DLT hub page and access infographics, blogs, whitepapers, on-demand webinars and learn how ZT impacts your organizations.


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