Morphick Receives NSA National Security Systems Mgmt Accreditation

morphick-imageThe National Security Agency has awarded Morphick a Cyber Incident Response Assistance certification to accredit and qualify the company’s work in the management of national security systems

Morphick said Monday it was evaluated based on NSA’s 21 critical focus areas for response assistance services such as incident response, intrusion detection, threat hunting, system-on-chip efficiency and tailored threat intelligence.

“It was great to be among the first to have received the CIRA accreditation and we were pleased to be reconfirmed,” said Brian Klenke, vice president of professional services at Morphick.

He added that CIRA acknowledges the company’s efforts to provide cybersecurity services across many sectors.

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