CMMC Practices SI3220; Requirements and Documentation | ChatFortress
Posted on June 19, 2021 by Benjamin Bressington
CMMC Practice Requirement:
System and Information Integrity - SI.3.220
Utilize sandboxing to detect or block potentially malicious email.
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System and Information Integrity - SI.3.220- Clarification Statement
You create an email sandbox by implementing an isolated environment to execute an attached file or linked URL. Before allowing attachments or links to be opened on the production network, they are executed within the sandbox and their behavior is observed. By opening these files or links in a protected environment, the system detects malicious activity before it is introduced into the network.
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