Agile Defense announced today its STIG automation tool, DuroSuite, received an Authority to Operate (ATO) from the US Army. The ATO authorizes the use of DuroSuite within Army networks. Included in Agile Defense’s Compliance as a Service (CPaaS) offering, DuroSuite is a powerful STIG automation tool that provides the flexibility to audit and/or remediate vulnerabilities identified in Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) published by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). 

STIGs go beyond patching to harden systems and prevent unauthorized access by Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and other bad actors. Systems connected to Department of Defense networks must meet STIG requirements, and Agencies are routinely audited for compliance. DuroSuite eases the burden of STIGing using custom Red Hat Ansible configuration management playbooks and reduces the man hours needed to implement STIGs by as much as 98%. DuroSuite can connect to any OS or device using SSH or WinRM. 

Agile Defense Director of Technology, Hector Collazo, said of the ATO: “Agile Defense and our Solutions Team are excited and honored to receive an ATO for DuroSuite from the Army. We look forward to providing our customers with this innovative and transformative solution to the challenge of maintaining STIG compliance.” 
See our CPaaS page to learn more about DuroSuite and request a product demonstration. Demo videos are also available on our YouTube channel. 

Agile Defense is a leading information technology (IT) services business headquartered in Reston, VA, with numerous U.S. Government clients, including several Civil agencies and various branches within the U.S. Department of Defense.