Overview Edit

The Cybersecurity Program Review (CPR) is a comprehensive review of an agency's information security program by the Cybersecurity Performance Management (CPM) branch of the Federal Network Resilience (FNR) that provides insight into the posture and maturity of the agency's cybersecurity program operations. The CPR team develops agency-specific information security program profiles that inform a strengthened federal cybersecurity posture. These project activities and evaluations are not an agency audit or inspection.

The CPR project area is comprised of three additional sub-projects: annual interviews with agency CIOs and CISOs, independent evaluations of agencies' information security program operations, and facilitation of OMB's CyberStat reviews — which is intended to assist an agency in implementation of key strategic enterprise cybersecurity capabilities.

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