EO 13800 mandates that agencies are to maintain reliable, redundant, and resilient systems, assess and address their electricity disruption incident response capabilities, identify and resolve known vulnerabilities in operating systems and hardware, and adhere to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. The CDM specifically requires agencies to maintain hardware (HAM) and software (SAM) inventories.
The Nlyte software solution stack has been reviewed by DHS as an “approved” product to address these areas of the CDM. This follows Nlyte’s long standing Veracode VerAfied certification and commitment to integrity and security to guarantee the integrity of assets and to harden the security posture of the organization. Nlyte allows agencies to manage and strengthen the chain-of-custody of all data center assets from procurement through decommissioning. By doing this, government agencies have the means to determine what assets could be at risk and which are being modified, moved, decommissioned, managed, unmanaged, and or even mismanaged.
Nlyte delivers an agentless solution that provides agencies a repository including all hardware, software, configuration, services, and circuit information and extends its discovery and asset repository beyond the data center including all attached devices to the IP network (Cameras, IoT devices, Printers, Copiers, Fax, etc.).
While many DCIM vendors only focus on the IT asset management needs of data center operators, Nlyte provides a single solution that bridges the IT and Facilities teams who manage the data center environment.