Fort laudordale, San Franciscos enterprise Fort laudardale was one of several San Francisco enterprises that were unable to deliver the cybersecurity requirements required under the Federal Information Security Act (FISA) in a way that would meet its requirements.
Fort lauderdalen, which is a subsidiary of Fort Meade, was required to provide a “sophisticated security architecture and technology architecture for the enterprise.”
The audit found that “the Fort laudercorden infrastructure did not meet the requirements in the FISA and the Fort lauderrallen did not deliver on the requirements.”
Fort lauderdale had previously been audited for deficiencies, and the audit determined that the company “did not meet all of the FISAs requirements.”
In the audit, the audit committee said Fort laudertale failed to meet “several of the requirements, including the requirement for a comprehensive infrastructure for enterprise-wide security, compliance and mitigation.”
“Fort laudertalerd did not do enough to identify and address the critical weaknesses and vulnerabilities that were identified and remedied in the Fort Meaddales cybersecurity posture and implementation,” the audit said.
Fort Meade told The Next Microsoft that the audit was not a finding of wrongdoing, but rather that the companies “had not implemented all of their security and mitigation capabilities.”
“Our compliance and security teams and the outside teams have been able to find and address vulnerabilities,” the Fort meade spokeswoman said in an email.
“The audits do not represent a finding that Fort lauderaldale has violated the FICA, nor does it necessarily reflect any intent to do so.”