As the U.S. Government relies increasingly on commercial products to secure systems that carry classified or otherwise sensitive information, NSA works to partner with vendors to ensure security requirements are built into development processes.
Center for Cybersecurity Standards
NSA’s Center for Cybersecurity Standards supports collaboration with industry to ensure U.S. Government cybersecurity requirements are included in the standards for a more secure future. These standards enable interoperable IT solutions and mitigate security challenges across networks.
Learn more about Cybersecurity Standards. (https://www.nsa.gov/What-We-Do/Cybersecurity/Partnership/Standards/
National Information Assurance Program (NIAP)
NIAP oversees the evaluation of commercial information technology (IT) products for use in National Security Systems (NSS)
Visit NIAP to learn more. (https://www.niap-ccevs.org/)
At NSA, we don’t just preach partnership - we practice it. Here are a few ways the Cybersecurity Collaboration Center is sharing our insights with the Department of Defense, Defense Industrial Base, National Security Systems, all in an unclassified setting.
NSA Cybersecurity Collaboration Center Speaker Series:
In this speaker series, NSA experts will share insights, lessons, and contributions of their cybersecurity work. You can view episodes on NSA’s YouTube. (link)
ESF Potential Threat Vectors to 5G Infrastructure:
5G poses opportunities and risks to our critical infrastructure. Review the full threat assessment from Enduring Security Framework.
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