“The Homeland Security Department is looking for vendors to enhance the system officials use keep the agency’s sprawling tech infrastructure in line with federal cybersecurity standards.”
“The agency on Tuesday started seeking information on a platform that would ensure the numerous IT systems used across the agency live up to the Federal Information Security Management Act, the government’s primary cyber regulation. The new and improved information assurance compliance system, or IACS, would be used to develop and maintain security authorizations for all of the department’s “sensitive but unclassified” systems, according to the request for information. Read the full article here.
Source: DHS is Looking to Upgrade Its FISMA Compliance Tools – By Jack Corrigan, July 18, 2019. Nextgov.