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DISA takes cyber temperature of computer networks with CMRS

The Defense Information Systems Agency is the latest agency to move to a continuous monitoring risk-based scoring system to better understand the health of its computer networks. Dave Bennett, DISA's chief information officer, said DISA will be able to determine threats against its networks individually and collectively to better determine how to mitigate or fix the problems. He said the CMRS looks at a variety of factors to give the agency a score based on a set of predetermined analytics.

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