Request for information
Defense Information Systems Agency Seeks Support for Zero Trust on DOD Network
The Defense Information Systems Agency posted a request for information on Monday seeking software vendors that can provide an orchestration capability to a zero trust security program for the Department of Defense Information Network. Named Comply-to-Connect, the solution is meant to enable the surveillance of DODIN user activity on any device.
DISA specified that it wants software capable of detecting, characterizing and verifying every device on defense networks. According to the RFI, C2C is planned to automatically neutralize non-compliant and unidentifiable endpoints and facilitate network segmentation over compliant ones based on certain criteria.
Vendors were also asked to provide price quotations that factor in software and training and separate figures for annual licenses worth $2 million, $4 million and $7 million. Responses are due by May 5.
Deployment of C2C is expected to be finished by March 2024, FCW reported Monday.
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