AppSecInc’ database security will be available under Carahsoft’s General Services Administration schedule.
Carahsoft’s customers and partners will receive solutions for database security, auditing, automative compliance and risk monitoring solutions, said Michael Shrader, Carahsoft’s vice president of innovative solutions.
According to Neil Herron, AppSecInc VP of federal sales, his firm will leverage Carahsoft’s government expertise, sales and marketing capabilities in an attempt to increase the demand for AppSecInc solutions.
AppSecInc has previously targeted the inspector general community specifically, according to the companies.
DbProtect, a database security platform, received a U.S. Army certificate of networthiness in December 2011.
The solution was also selected by the U.S. Air Force along with AppSecInc’s AppDetetectivePro solution.
Carahsoft will hold a webcast June 5 for agencies to learn about the new solutions and how they relate to the Office of Management and Budget’s continuous compliance mandate.