RFP – Cybersecurity Toolkit Pilot Program

Cybersecurity is an important consideration for America’s supply chain. Manufacturers are targets of attacks from individuals, organized-crime, and nation-states with intellectual property and data being the object of these attacks. The challenges are the same for manufacturers big and small but access to resources and expertise for addressing these challenges are not.

About the Project

In line with our goals of better securing the supply chain by developing and/or curating low-cost solutions that are easy to deploy and maintain by small and medium manufacturers in the supply chain, MxD is releasing a Request for Proposals for the evaluation of solution(s) that meet the aforementioned criteria among others. This RFP is for the evaluation of a cloud-based solution(s) for the assessment of vulnerabilities and non-disruptive penetration testing of manufacturing operations with results that are intuitive and actionable for these classes of manufacturers.

RFP responses are due on or before
Wednesday, February 12, 2020, 5:00 p.m. CT

Proposals may be submitted by individual organizations or teams. MxD membership is not required for submission but will be required prior to project award. Note: All project work must be performed in the United States. To facilitate project teaming, MxD will compile and disseminate contact information from parties interested in teaming during the first week of the proposal period.

If you are interested in submitting your contact information to be featured on a team, please click the "Join the Project" button or email projects@mxdusa.org by 5:00 p.m. CT Thursday, December 5, 2019.

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