Are You Leaking Secrets to the Adversary?

Defend Against Organizational and Operational Threats

Governments around the world employ an increasingly effective set of technical tools to monitor domestic and foreign populations. Technical sensors, data collection, and data analysis penetrate deeply into who we are, where we go, and what we do.

The rapid growth and ubiquity of data collection marks a paradigm shift in U.S. Government operations.

Advertisers buy data to target potential customers. Why wouldn't our adversaries do the same?

They do.

Despite robust cybersecurity practices and protections, it's easy to acquire a great deal of information about U.S. Government organizations, their personnel, and their operations through data available on the open market. In fact, it's scary how easy it is to get this data, and how cheap.

Through Ubiquitous Data Collection (UDC), adversaries can analyze data to reconstruct events and make connections between individuals, organizations, events, and activities - a process called Ubiquitous Technical Surveillance (UTS). In plain English, they can learn a whole lot about you both cheaply and quickly. This poses a serious threat to our government, and one that isn't going away.

And it's not just operations that are threatened. Every aspect of the day-to-day business of a government organization is now knowable - from recruitment and logistics, to communications and accounting.

The operational landscape has changed, but Ridgeline is purpose-built to help you navigate it. Our government customers recognize the complex nature of UDC and the UTS threat. Over the past seven years, they’ve come to rely on us for comprehensive solutions to their toughest digital signature management challenges.

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