Controlling Complexity in Federal IT

See why U.S. federal agencies trust Axonius to comply with cybersecurity regulations, guidelines, and mandates like Zero Trust, the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, CDM, FISMA, and more.

The growing complexity of federal agency IT environments — paired with executive orders mandating improved cybersecurity posture — are spurring many agencies to move towards a Zero Trust architecture. 

Axonius gives agencies the asset visibility they need to control IT complexity and adopt Zero Trust principles.

Asset Management

Axonius correlates asset data from existing sources to provide an always up-to-date inventory, uncover security gaps, and automate action — giving agencies the confidence to control complexity.

Agent Distribution and Health

Axonius ensures all endpoint security agents like HBSS, ACEM, ACAS, or SCCM cover all required assets and are communicating properly to their management consoles, and identifies where they are missing.

Remote Asset Detection

Axonius resolves for dual IP address, incomplete asset information, and user privilege compliance, reducing risks related to remote access and WFH devices.

Robust Asset Tagging

Axonius provides consistent, reliable asset tagging, like FISMA and ORG tagging for CDM/ FISMA and DOD RMF compliance reporting. to automate manual processes, and increase the reliability of compliance scoring.

Rogue Asset Discovery

Axonius enables the detection of rogue devices on production and segmented networks, reducing risk and eliminating manual, error-prone processes.

Vulnerability Scanning and OS Compliance

Axonius ensures that all assets are scanned by VA scanners and discovers non-compliant OS software and application software versions.

Improve Security Posture With CDM Adoption

Federal agencies spend significant resources collecting data to satisfy the CDM Security Capability. CDM mandates that agencies continually monitor hardware and software assets, as well as manage configuration settings and vulnerabilities.

Axonius is an officially listed CDM tool in the Asset Management category. By connecting to your existing security and IT tools, Axonius discovers managed and unmanaged assets, enabling federal security teams to validate security controls, find vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, and automatically enforce policies.



Videos: How Federal Agencies Use Axonius

Asset Visibility for Federal Agencies

In this short video, we look at how Axonius enables federal agencies to see all of their assets and highlights use cases including agent coverage, agent health, and patch management.

Identifying Shadow IT with Axonius

In this video, we look at how Axonius enables federal government customers to identify Shadow IT using two specific use cases as examples: finding unmanaged devices and software management.

Viewing the Overall Attack Surface

A look at how Axonius federal customers are able to get a comprehensive view of their attack surface with two specific use cases:

1. Threats and Vulnerabilities
2. Incident Response 

Discovering Missing Critical Controls

A look at how Axonius federal customers can identify missing critical controls through two specific use cases: cloud security coverage and user and account conditions.

US Government Certifications and Contract Vehicles

US Government Certifications

  • National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Certification

  • CISA Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigations (CDM) Approved Products List

  • Department of the Navy (DON) Application & Database Management System (DADMS) ID

  • Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)

US Contract Vehicles

  • GSA Multiple Award Schedules

  • NASA SEWP V (Group A & D)

  • Continuous Diagnostics & Mitigation (CDM)

  • Army ITES-3H

  • DISA Encore II

  • NxG Prime Contract N00178-18-R-7000

  • DOD ESI Software BPA

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