EGlobalTech Receives GSA Special Item Numbers for Cybersecurity Services

The General Services Administration has authorized eGlobalTech to offer cybersecurity services to government agencies through the GSA Information Technology Schedule 70 vehicle.

The company said Wednesday that GSA’s issuance of the two Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services Special Item Numbers may result in a rapid acquisition and deployment process for its services.

The first 132-45B Incident Response services SIN covers network restoration work such as the removal of cyber adversaries to repair system security.

The second 132-45D Risk and Vulnerability Assessment SIN enables agencies to benefit from the services of eGlobalTech’s cybersecurity experts, who will determine configuration deviations, conduct risk assessments and develop threat mitigation strategies for operational and non-operational scenarios.

Veronica Cuello, eGlobalTech’s vice president of cybersecurity, said the company has already been providing support for the federal government’s complex and high-impact cybersecurity efforts.

She added that eGlobalTech is looking forward to continuing its delivery of cybersecurity services.

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