HPE Obtains NSA Commercial Service Provider Designation; Orlando Figueredo Comments

hp enterprise logoHewlett Packard Enterprise has been approved as a National Security Agency integrator for classified commercial services after the company passed NSA program requirements.

As an authorized integrator, HPE is permitted to provide commercial products and services for classified environments under NSA's Commercial Solutions for Classified program, HPE said June 30.

Orlando Figueredo, vice president of consulting and intelligence for HPE’s U.S. public sector business, said the company intends for the partnership with NSA to update the agency's information assurance services.

The NSA/Central Security Service’s CSfC program aims to facilitate the use of commercial products in layered services that protect confidential National Security Systems data.

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