Ivanti’s Daniel Wilbricht on Cloud Investments, CMMC Priorities

Ivanti’s Daniel Wilbricht on Cloud Investments, CMMC Priorities
Daniel Wilbricht VP-Americas Public Sector Ivanti

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 21, 2020 — Daniel Wilbricht, vice president of Ivanti‘s public sector business in the Americas, said the company will continue to invest in information technology as part of efforts to meet the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s guidelines and the Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification requirements.

Wilbricht told ExecutiveBiz in an interview posted July 9 that Ivanti launched a cloud offering and invested heavily in endpoint security-focused technologies after achieving a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization to provide service management tools to government clients.

He noted that low levels of cybersecurity maturity continue to pose major risks to organizations and that IT teams must first "identify where they are in that maturity model" to properly execute a security strategy.

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