U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Sera-Brynn, a global cyber risk management firm, establish cooperative agreement to accelerate information sharing.
Suffolk, VA, January 23, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Sera-Brynn, LLC, a FedRAMP-authorized assessor and cyber risk management firm, has entered a two-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the National Protection and Programs Directorate Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, a Federal cybersecurity and communications laboratory entity within the Department of Homeland Security.
The purpose of this CRADA is to accelerate the exchange of information and knowledge on emerging cybersecurity threats, cybersecurity, and communications.
Rob Hegedus, CEO of Sera-Brynn states, “Sera-Brynn enthusiastically views this agreement with DHS as an opportunity to contribute to our Nation’s security, as well as a way to further our capabilities in cyber risk management.”
A CRADA is an agreement between a selected non-Federal organization and a Federal Lab to conduct mutually beneficial research and development. Sera-Brynn and DHS will now be able to exchange information in order to enhance the protection of critical infrastructure and government networks and systems that are vital to National security and the Nation’s economy.
For more information, visit https://sera-brynn.com.
Sera-Brynn is a FedRAMP-authorized assessor and cyber risk management firm. The Virginia-based firm offers threat management, compliance and risk assessment, risk control, and incident response services that enable clients to secure their computing environments and meet applicable and mandatory cybersecurity regulatory standards. Founded in 2011 by former members of the U.S. intelligence community, Sera-Brynn is ranked #9 worldwide on the Cybersecurity 500 list.
Colleen H. Johnson
Sera-Brynn, LLC / Cyber Risk Management
5806 Harbor View Blvd., Suite 204
Suffolk, Virginia 23435
Source: Sera-Brynn, LLC