InfoReliance Lands $65M DHS Contract for Cybersecurity Services; Aaron Faulkner Comments

CybersecurityInfoReliance has won a $65 million contract from the Department of Homeland Security‘s office of cybersecurity and communications for security services to the office’s network security deployment division.

The company said Tuesday the contract covers security engineering and assessments, testing and oversight on information system security for the division’s National Cybersecurity Protection System and Enhanced Cybersecurity Services Programs, among other initiatives.

Aaron Faulkner, InfoReliance vice president, said his company has previously provided cybersecurity solutions to other U.S. government clients and has partnered with McAfee and Mandiant, among others.

InfoReliance added that it will also help NSD deploy reference security architectures and set security requirements for DHS.

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