Attila Security’s GoSilent Data Security Platform Fulfills NIAP Requirements

Jeff Brody

The National Information Assurance Partnership has listed Attila Security’s GoSilent data security platform, verifying the product’s compliance with NIAP requirements.

The company said May 14 its GoSilent platform, which was first developed at the National Security Agency, is also pending for NIAP’s Stateful Firewall and VPN Gateway protection profiles.

GoSilent is designed to help government agencies and commercial firms protect intellectual property and critical data from cyber threats. Attila first built the platform to comply with the NSA’s commercial product guidelines.

NIAP works to verify that information technology platforms function according to manufacturers’ security designs and claims.

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