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The future of global cybersecurity requires that our nation continuously maximizes its ability to push the boundaries of how we think about cybersecurity. MISI is a boundaryless organization designed to disrupt traditional innovation. MISI was founded for the purpose of helping organizations accelerate the discovery of viable cybersecurity and related technologies. The goal of the organization is to maximize the ability of our clients to achieve an understanding of solutions from non-traditional sources that can be combined, if needed, with more mature technology to result in powerful new capabilities.
MISI leverages our cyber mission accelerator methodology to operate programs and facilities like our 40,000 square foot nationally acclaimed, DreamPort Cyber Mission Accelerator. DreamPort was created in partnership with US Cyber Command as a non-government owned or operated independent facility for the purpose of applying MISI's cyber mission accelerator methodology to provide US Cyber Command, its cyber national mission forces and partners with continuous cyber capability innovation.
MISI is leading the election security initiatives that support the enduring election integrity mission at our Maryland DreamPort Cyber Mission Accelerator. The program supports the partnership between US Cyber Command, the Intel Community, Law Enforcement and DHS.
The MISI DreamPort Cyber Range is a cloud based highly scalable foundation that the MISI DreamPort team will use to the advantage of our stakeholders, STEM program, and for workforce cyber skills improvement for our Government and commercial stakeholders.
Project Spectrum is designed to assist manufacturers and IT focused small and medium sized companies to increase their cyber awareness and to begin to prepare for the upcoming mandatory audits associated with CMMC and to comply with existing cybersecurity policy.
U.S. Marines with II Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, (II MIG), and Marine Forces Cyber Command participated in Exercise Cyber Fury 2020 at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 17-28, 2020.…
The costs and consequences of malicious cyber-activity are impossible to put a price tag on, as bad actors pose threats in all aspects of our personal, public and political lives. And the stakes are only rising both here at home and globally…