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Facilitate CMMC Practices and Defend Against Data Breaches with CDN Compromise Defender™

June 03, 2024


The threat of data breaches continues to increase. According to IBM’s Data Breach Action Guide, It takes 277 days on average to identify and contain a breach: 207 days to identify and 70 days to contain.”

 The cost of data breaches continues to grow as well. According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report 2023, “The global average cost of a data breach in 2023 was USD 4.45 million, a 15% increase over three years. 51% of organizations are planning to increase security investments as a result of a breach.”

And then there are the causes of data breaches. The data gathering and analysis company, Statista, researched that by surveying Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs). In Statista’s research report, Most Common Causes of Sensitive Information Loss in Worldwide Organizations, they shared: “36% of CISOs believe this sensitive data loss happened because of operation security vulnerabilities on endpoints, servers or devices. 35% said external attacks and system misconfiguration caused data loss.”

To protect their sensitive information, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) created the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, referred to as CMMC 2.0. One of CMMC’s key goals is to get the needed cybersecurity practices in place to protect the DoD’s controlled unclassified information (CUI).

Here at Celerium, we understand how to do that. We created our powerful, patented and automated cybersecurity solution – CDN Compromise DefenderTM – to protect your organization from cyber threats, including possible data breaches, and to facilitate essential CMMC practices.

CDN Compromise Defender:

  • Detects and contains possible data breach activity via its advanced threat-detection capabilities.
  • Works with popular, on-prem firewalls.
  • Configures in 30 minutes or less per firewall.
  • Enables automated and autonomous operation.

 And Compromise Defender facilitates some of the essential CMMC practices within CMMC Level 2 related to Access Control (AC), Audit (AU), Incident Response (IR), System & Communications Protection (SC), and System Information Integrity (SI).

 Click here to see the CMMC practices supported by CDN Compromise Defender.

 Request a demo of CDN Compromise Defender.