New CISA pilot program brings cutting-edge cybersecurity services to critical infrastructure entities that need support.
The US cybersecurity agency CISA has announced a new pilot program to provide managed cybersecurity services to critical infrastructure entities that need support.
For years, the agency has been acting as a managed service provider to the federal civilian government, which has resulted in reduced risks and cost-savings, in addition to delivering standardization.
Now, CISA is expanding support and cybersecurity expertise to non-federal critical infrastructure organizations in need of assistance with reducing cybersecurity risks.
“Scaling CISA-managed cybersecurity services for the segments of our critical infrastructure community that need it most is a cost-effective way to gain greater insight into our evolving threat environment, establish a common baseline of cyber protection, and, most importantly, reduce the frequency and impact of damaging cyber events,” the agency notes.
In addition to offering CISA-provided commercial shared services to critical ...
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