DHS Adds Sepio Rogue Device Mitigation Tech to Approved Product List; Suzan Zimmerman Quoted

Jeff Brody
Suzan Zimmerman

The Department of Homeland Security has placed the rogue device mitigation platform of Rockville, Md.-based cybersecurity firm Sepio Systems on its list of approved products for the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, GovCon Wire has learned.

The inclusion of Sepio's RDM offering in the department’s APL allows it to deliver CDM capabilities across data protection, network security and asset management areas.

Suzan Zimmerman, a member of Sepio’s board and CEO of Strategic Capture Group, said the Sepio platform is the only product on DHS' APL that offers RDM capabilities.

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