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We invest significant resources in ensuring that our solutions and products comply with existing government certifications and mandates.

A security and compliance architect assesses the security capabilities of all our products using a detailed checklist. The architect cross-references those capabilities to the categories specified by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in publication 800-53. These internal assessments are available upon request to customers who wish to review the security capabilities of a product. Publication 800-53 serves as the basis for most FISMA controls, meaning our product capabilities also map to FISMA requirements.

We have a long history of working with federal agencies, and are committed to achieving working government security standards—including the requirements of FIPS Publications 140/201, FISMA, and other information assurance processes. We use technologies that comply with FIPS 140-2 to protect data and limit system access. It provides documentation to help agencies determine if products meet their unique security requirements, and assists agency efforts to perform Certification & Accreditation (C & A) of our solutions.

Some of our products have received Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC) certifications. Others are certified under the Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program (CAVP). Additionally, our R&D organization uses NIST-certified Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) vulnerability scanning and certification technologies.

Compliance is an ongoing effort in a changing landscape. We commit to staying as current as possible with our certifications so that your organization can confidently leverage our solutions to save time and money across physical, virtual and cloud environments.