The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., has issued a request for information on potential industry sources to support the museum’s information systems security programs.
A sources sought notice posted Sept. 20 on FedBizOpps stated the looks to contract with an IT security company to develop, manage and implement security controls across the facility as well as create a toolset or an environment to automate the security process.
Interested parties can submit responses to the RFI through Oct. 14.
Congress established the National Gallery of Art to preserve, collect and exhibit pieces of art that comply with museum and scholarly standards.
The museum’s information systems security officer has developed an Information Security Continuous Monitoring program based on guidelines set forth by the Office of Management and Budget and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
According to the notice, the gallery uses several technology platforms to monitor and maintain its operating environment such Tenable‘s Security Center and Nessus, FireEye appliances, HP‘s WebInspect, McAfee Antivirus and CyberArk Privileged Account Security.