"Our focus is to ensure any discrepancies found during a CCORI are addressed prior to a unit's deployment," said Capt.
OCA and IWTG are working together to conduct the CCORI process during the OFRP.
"By working together to implement CCORI, we will be ensuring our cyber capabilities are available to the warfighter on time, on target."
While CCORIs assess a command's risk to missions by evaluating vulnerabilities of information systems, networks, applications, and data and potential cyber threats to those networks.
A CCORI team consists of two dozen personnel, divided into three teams, including the OCA inspection team, supporting commands, and site trusted agents.
Fleet Cyber Command has taken over responsibility for conducting CCORIs, which were previously only conducted by Joint Forces Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Networks (JFHQ-DoDIN).
"Navy CCORIs identify real world risk by discovering vulnerabilities as they relate to mission critical systems."