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Zscaler Cloud Security Platform Certified for DHS CDM Program; Stephen Kovac Quoted

Jeff Brody
Stephen Kovac

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 21, 2019 — The Department of Homeland Security has added Zscaler's (Nasdaq: ZS) cloud-based information security platform to a list of approved products for the DHS-run Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 14.

Agencies can procure the Zscaler offering via the program's Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense component, the company said Nov. 14.

“The addition to the CDM APL further expands the federal market for Zscaler, enabling federal agencies to more quickly modernize and shift applications and infrastructure to the cloud,” said Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and compliance at Zscaler.

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