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DISA seeks boost for cyber portfolio

The Defense Information Systems Agency’s Requirements and Analysis Office is gathering feedback about a business case analysis for additional capabilities that support its cyber portfolio.

In a new request for information, DISA wants to learn more about companies’ capabilities and experience with a secure near real-time machine-to-machine cyber threat indicator sharing platform.

DISA wants the cyber threat indicator sharing capability to:

  • Distribute cyber threat indicators through a publisher/subscriber model in near real-time
  • Data storage and data management
  • Dashboard and management
  • System integration
  • Security requirements, such as transport layer security and public key infrastructure certificates.

DISA released the RFI Nov. 29. Responses are due by Dec. 6.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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