The IRS Cybersecurity Division has a business need for an Artificial Intelligent (AI) machined-based analytical platform to proactively detect and respond to cyber- and insider-related threats. The IRS intends to use the results of this RFI to assist in the assessment of on-going industry efforts within the identified focus areas. The finding will also help to shape the path forward for potential acquisitions to include determination of contractual mechanisms to potentially pursue capabilities.
The IRS is seeking an Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform that:
Supports local settings for specific needs and has global settings where attack sequences can be shared between environments.
Automatically and continuously learns the environment(s) improving accuracy.
Triages alerts to reduce false positives to parts-per-billion events…
The IRS is seeking Machine Learning (ML) Analytics that:
Applies diverse, multiple modes of behavioral ML analytics (unsupervised, semi-supervised, and supervised) specifically designed based on cyber use case that provide comprehensive coverage of the operational arena
Supports streaming data sources to provide near real-time assessment
Able to utilize near real-time data sources to provide analytic views of correlated activities for near real-time monitoring of cyber threats across government networks…
The IRS is seeking a customizable User Interface (UI) that is:
Intuitive and flexible
Integrates well with existing cybersecurity investments
Responses are due July 26, 2018.