The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently unveiled a single resource that provides users with access to information on services across all of CISA’s mission areas that are available to federal government, state, local, tribal and territorial government, private industry, academia, NGO and non-profit and general public stakeholders.
The CISA Services Catalog is interactive, allowing users to filter and quickly hone in on applicable services with just a few clicks, CISA noted.
“This catalog, the first of its kind and the first of many to come, is both a resource and an invitation,” CISA said. “As you explore the range of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) services featured throughout the pages that follow, we encourage you to think of each as an opportunity to partner with us.”
CISA said that it designed the catalog to give readers an overview of the comprehensive ecosystem of support available to CISA stakeholders. This includes CISA field staff who provide personalized support to stakeholders across the country, as well as a network of sector-specific councils and collaborative forums.
The centerpiece of the catalog is the Interactive Services Portal, which for the first time provides CISA stakeholders with a single point of reference for accessing information on CISA’s vast collection of services.
“This is made possible through interactive elements that allow readers to filter service selections through stakeholder type, service category, focus area, and their own level of readiness to view resources specific to their individual needs and capabilities,” CISA noted.
“This is a treasure trove of cybersecurity information available to public power utilities.” Nathan Mitchell, APPA Sr. Director of Cyber and Physical Security Services stated. “Being both critical infrastructure and entities of state and local government public power utilities have access to numerous cybersecurity guidance, training and services from CISA.”
Additional information is available here.