The Defense Information Systems Agency has asked industry to submit comments on a business case analysis about threat indicator sharing capabilities that can support DISA’s cybersecurity portfolio.
DISA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday it will collect and use feedback in efforts to acquire a machine-to-machine technology platform designed to facilitate exchange of cyber threat indicators.
The agency is interested in procuring a platform that works to distribute threat indicators in near-real time; manage and store data; and administer feeds and users through a dashboard.
DISA also wants the system to support transport layer security mechanisms and employ an open-source application programming interface for third-party users to submit queries.
Interested parties can respond to the request for information notice through Dec. 6.