Koniag Services Inc. announced Nov. 16 it has won a cybersecurity contract from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
“This project is a critical requirement for the Consumer Product Safety Commission to understand, plan and provide continuous monitoring of the ever-increasing cyber risks facing government agencies today,” KSI President Gene Zapfel said. “KSI is proud to be leading a team of cybersecurity professionals dedicated to ensure that the CPSC is ready to meet today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.”
Under the contract, KSI will provide contingency planning support, business impact analysis and contingency plan development, configuration management support and risk management support from strategy development through testing of all related plans. The project supports the activities required by the Federal Information Security Management Act that defines the framework to protect government information, operations and assets against natural or manmade threats.
CPSC provides services authorized by Congress supported by the information and systems it owns without disruption, alteration or unauthorized disclosure.
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