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Computer network defense service provider

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A computer network defense service provider is an accredited organization responsible for delivering protection, detection, response, and sustainment services to its subscribers. Computer network defense service providers (CNDSP) commonly consist of a Computer Emergency Response Team or Incident Response and Recovery Team (IRRT) and are closely associated with Network Operations and Security Center. Other duties of a CNDSP are to ensure that subscribers have a detailed and executable antivirus/anti-malware program, a vulnerability management plan, and workforce development (training) plans for each computer operator role. As a sustainment mechanism, CNDSP organizations typically seek or schedule external assessments for themselves and their subscribers.

Source Edit

  • GAO, Defense Department Cyber Efforts: DOD Faces Challenges In Its Cyber Activities 62 (GAO-11-75) (July 2011) (full-text).

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