Computer Network Defense Service Provider Support
Sabre Systems, Inc. supported the Naval Space and Warfare Systems Command (SPAWARSYSCOM) with a team of IA and Cyber Security analysts dedicated to supporting SPAWAR Atlantic’s Military Health Systems (MHS) Computer Network Defense Service Provider (CNDSP). Sabre Computer Network Defense (CND) Analysts provided security and audit support for the network enclave security infrastructure of CONUS and OCONUS sites; provided guidance and compliance to internal and Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) security policies; defined audit requirements and investigated and documented findings to the JTF-GNO Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).
In the CND capacity, Sabre CND analysts supported inspection tests, reported findings of security breaches by Incident Category, participated in containing and eradicating security intrusions, and assisted in recovery of data and systems configuration. Analysts initiated protective and corrective measures when vulnerabilities were discovered, followed-up with post-incident reporting, and provided support for the ongoing analysis of threats capable of impacting MHS CNDSP services.
To support CND services, Sabre CND analysts also provided Engineering, Risk Management, Laboratory and Field Test Support to assist SPAWAR in meeting Security System technical requirements. Sabre CND analysts ensured the IT infrastructure operated according to the CNDSP’s System Security Authorization Agreements (SSAA) by reviewing programmatic, technical, and IA Certification and Accreditation documentation and performing a daily review of open source/unclassified and classified threat warnings and bulletins. Review materials came from the following sources: Director of National Intelligence (DNI), National Intelligence Council (NIC), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), National Security Agency (NSA), United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), Joint Task Force Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO), military service cyber intelligence support activities, Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Homeland Security, US Computer Emergency Response Team, and coalition and allied partners.Read More