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DOJ Select Intellitactics

Intellitactics' enterprise security management solution provides underpinnings for FISMA-compliant environment

RESTON, Va. -- Intellitactics announced that the Department of Justice Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA) selected Intellitactics Security Manager, Intellitactics SAM (security dashboard that works with Security Manager), and Intellitactics Advanced Analytics as the centerpiece of a security management program designed to automate security operations, align real-time security operations with risk management strategies, and address requirements for FISMA/FIPS compliance reporting. Security Manager and Intellitactics SAM will be used to build and maintain a sustainable FISMA/NIST-compliant environment that will protect the agency’s information assets by accelerating incident response and provide immediate access to reports to resolve compliance issues and validate that controls implemented to enforce security policy are working.

The EOUSA provides the United States Attorneys with general executive assistance and direction, policy development, administrative management direction and oversight, operational support, and coordination with other components of the Department and other federal agencies. These responsibilities include certain legal, budgetary, administrative, and personal services, as well as education regarding legal matters.

Intellitactics Inc.

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