By Ben Bain
Jun 02, 2010
The Transportation Security Administration wants information about
commercially available computer security forensics technologies it could
use for information technology security.
TSA is interested in products that would give the agency the ability to
scan, capture, identify, report, and resolve IT forensics matters,
according to a sources sought notice published on the Federal Business
Opportunities Web site June 1. The agency said it's not issuing a
solicitation at this time.
The agency is interested in solutions that would allow TSA forensic
users to deal with insider threats, e-discovery procedures, data
leakage, misuse of IT assets, anomaly detection, identification of
malicious code, and compliance verification, according to the notice.
TSA wants companies to provide detailed descriptions of how their
products work and what makes them unique. Specifically, TSA is
interested in how a product:
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