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Protect your business from the most dangerous threats to software today.

The Department of Defense’s Cyber Risk Management Framework (RMF) is meant to ensure that deployed mission capability is able to perform the mission, without malicious cyber interference in the workings of the system. A program’s objective is to achieve authority to operate (ATO) at the lowest possible cost with the lowest possible time delay, because safe cyber operation isn’t the mission objective, but instead a mission requirement.

Systems running firmware, apps and OS protected by RunSafe Security’s Alkemist are better able to document their compliance with RMF (DoDI 8510.01) which incorporates NIST 800-53.

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What can runsafe security do for you?

Disrupt Attacker Economics

Disrupt Attacker Economics

Remove the structure needed for reliable memory exploitation

Reduce Attack Surfaces

Reduce Attack Surfaces

Neutralize Zero-Days with Moving Target Defense

Protect Key Applications

Protect Key Applications

Proactive Code Level Security to maintain original functionality and mitigate the attack