Our modern world puts information at the fingertips of citizens around the globe and connects us in ways we never dreamed of just 20 years ago. Americans are increasingly dependent upon the IoT for daily conveniences, critical services, economic prosperity and even national security. Substantial growth in internet access and network devices has facilitated widespread opportunities and innovation across our great country and the entire planet.
Federal information and information systems are subject to serious cyber threats that can have adverse consequences on organizational operations, assets and individuals. These threats compromise the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of information being processed, stored, or transmitted by those systems.
Threats to information and information systems include environmental disruptions, human or machine errors, and purposeful attacks. Cyber attacks on information systems today are often aggressive, disciplined, well-organized, well-funded, and in a growing number of documented cases, very sophisticated. Successful attacks on public and private sector information systems can result in serious or grave damage to the national and economic security interests of the United States.
Maxus33’s breakthrough CodeXIV technology is the answer to securing your data protection needs. Think of it as a virtual wall – a CodexWall – around your data. CodeXIV provides secure, reliable and non-copyable authentication and data assurance for privacy protection at a whole new level. We protect data at its roots and prevent unlicensed users from ever accessing it in the first place. They will never know what they are missing.
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“Guide for Applying the Risk Management Framework to Federal Information Systems”