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NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA) RED TEAM (RT) TRAINING

STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)

1.0BACKGROUND

The NAVSEA RT requires specific designed training on the proper tactics, techniques and procedures, discussed as tradecraft in the remainder of this document, for National Security Agency (NSA) certified and United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) accredited Department of Defense (DOD) Red Teams. Currently, there are 10 Certified & Accredited (C&A) DOD Red Teams. The NAVSEA Red Team (SEA-RT) is a C&A Red Team and as such, the role of the team is to operate as the adversary to test network defenses implemented throughout the DOD Information Network (DODIN). Since the DODIN is a unique network environment not found in any other organization, specific tradecraft techniques are implemented to ensure the operators reduce the risk of being identified by DODIN defenders.

2.0APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

2.1NSA Certification; and

2.2USCYBERCOM Accreditation

REQUIREMENTS

3.1The contractor shall provide the unique classes identified and shall be representative on the requirements levied on DOD C&A teams to improve their tradecraft taught to elude DODIN defenders.

3.1.1The class shall be representative of the standard training package provided to the Army’s Threat Systems Management Office (TSMO) operators and meets NSA Certification requirements.

3.1.2The contractor shall also provide the requirements identified for a practical application-training environment. This environment shall compliment and build upon the requirements outlined in each section and provide operators unique protocols and protections seen in the DODIN.

3.2The contractor shall provide the Red Team Journeyman Course for six (6) students with the Job Qualifications Requirements documentation for each student.

3.2.1The contractor shall provide the course over a ten (10) day period for a total of 80 hours in length.

3.2.2The contractor shall provide the virtual range infrastructure.

3.2.3The course shall be presented either virtually or at the contractor site in Huntsville, AL., and provide the students the tools required to complete the course.

3.2.4The course shall, at a minimum, document the learning objectives and goals students must complete to become a qualified apprentice operator.

3.2.5The contactor shall provide a solution key that can be used in conjunction with the JQRs.

3.3The contractor shall provide course specific toolsets/lab environments.

3.4The contractor shall coordinate with the Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) identified below to schedule the courses within 120 days of receipt of the order.

4.0GOVERNMENT-FURNISHED PROPERTY/MATERIAL/INFORMATION (GFP/GFM/GFI)

No Government-furnished property, material, or information will be provided under this order.

5.0SECURITY

The performance of this contact is unclassified.

6.0TRAVEL

No travel is anticipated.

7.0TECHNICAL POINT OF CONTACT

TPOC information will be provided at time of award.