DHS Chief Information Security Officer Directorate Seeks Providers of Cybersecurity, Risk Management Support Services | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware

The Department of Homeland Security’s Chief Information Security Officer Directorate is conducting market research to determine the availability of qualified and interested sources that can provide a variety of support services.

The required services include project management; architecture, engineering, risk management and compliance support for national security systems; cybersecurity support for the Information Technology Acquisition Review process; enterprise cybersecurity governance; and cybersecurity risk and reporting analysis, according to a request for information posted Friday on

Interested parties have until April 19 to respond.

The DHS CISOD works to ensure that information systems operate at a level of risk that is acceptable. The directorate also works to ensure compliance with various legislative and departmental policies as well as other regulations and guidelines.

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