GCN: Unisys Stealth Security Software Near NSA Classified Programs Approval

cybersecurityThe National Security Agency is in the contracting and evaluation phase of its evaluation of Unisys‘ Stealth security software platform that is now available for use in classified programs, GCN reported Thursday.

Mark Pomerleau writes NSA is looking to add Stealth to the agency’s Commercial Solutions for Classified Program Components List

“Once they validate the commercial product, then it’s an opportunity to bring it to customers in months versus years,” said Jennifer Napper, group vice president for defense and intelligence at Unisys’ federal business.

Stealth was designed to create communities of interest that can control information access once it is deployed in a network such as the Intelligence Community Information Technology Enterprise, the report said.

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