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STIGs

(Security Technical Implementation GuideS) Documents that provide technical guidance for securing information systems for the U.S. Department of Defense. For more information, visit http://iase.disa.mil/stigs. See IASE and DISA.
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This STIG validates that security is at the core of AirWatch and
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 9, 2016-MobileIron earns DISA STIG approval to operate on US DoD networks
As a result, we worked with Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to reduce the initial STIG (Security Technical Implementation Guide) requirements, and we phased those STIG requirements over a period of three years to allow us to use our normal technical refreshes to make the migration to Windows 10.
Riverbed SteelHead has received a Secure Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) certification from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), making Riverbed the first wide-area network (WAN) optimization provider to achieve STIG accreditation.
JEREMY Clarkson is trying to overtake his old bosses at the BBC in a race to secure the best Stig.
The stars are trained by speed ace The Stig and are given five practice laps before they are timed on their driving.
Vanguard Configuration Manager is the only fully automated baseline configuration scanner for mainframe DISA STIGs today.
Security Blanket has the STIGs pre-defined within the product, which results in a STIG lockdown being reduced from 30 days to 2 in a typical deployment.
SteelWorks FedMobile is compliant with the Wireless STIG, including the BlackBerry Checklist, and the STIGs for Windows, SQL, and the .
The Charity Rocks event at Liverpool's 02 academy saw bands Hippys On The Hill, Adult By Accident, The Hutts and The Stigs take to the stage for our children's charity.
The various difficulty settings allow permanently-hold-acceleratetypes to progress and the wannabe Stigs to plunge through the gears late to turn in on a tighter line than the race leader.