Cambridge Named Trusted Integrator Under NSA-Led Program

Cambridge Named Trusted Integrator Under NSA-Led Program - top government contractors - best government contracting eventThe National Security Agency has named Cambridge International Systems a Trusted Integrator under a program aiming to provide the government with secure information assurance tools.

The Commercial Solutions for Classified program sets criteria that provide an NSA assessment standard for system integrator businesses to follow, the company said Wednesday.

Firms recognized as Trusted Integrators receive NSA’s capability packages that allow for the use of the companies’ services in protecting national security systems data.

“We are pleased that use of these CSfC capability packages as an NSA Trusted Integrator recognizes our ability to provide our customers with the latest commercially available technologies in a way that protects their most sensitive data,“ said Kim Harokopus, CEO at Cambridge International Systems.

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