The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has released a sources sought notice to determine the availability of support services to help protect the agency’s information technology systems and data from cybersecurity threats, according to a notice posted on SAM.gov.
USCIS said Friday it has operations and maintenance support requirements for a planned Cyber Security Defense Services III program.
The agency is considering developing a follow-on contract to deploy vulnerability detection tools, automate security compliance in a cloud environment, perform source code scans and assess systems through penetration tests.
Interested vendors can submit input to the agency through June 18.
The Potomac Officers Club will host a virtual forum on the Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program. Join the 2021 CMMC Forum on June 16 to hear from industry and government representatives. Click here to learn more.