“Civilian and Department of Defense agencies currently use Zscaler to provide secure access to data and applications,” said Stephen Kovac, vice president of global government and compliance at Zscaler.
“The addition to the CDM APL further expands the federal market for Zscaler, enabling federal agencies to more quickly modernize and shift applications and infrastructure to the cloud. By procuring Zscaler cloud-delivered service, agencies can reduce cyber risk and significantly improve the end user experience,” Kovac added.
The CDM program helps agencies identify and mitigate cyber risk and quickly implement new cyber security offerings. DHS provides cybersecurity tools, integration services, and dashboards to participating agencies to support them in improving their respective security posture.
All federal agencies can purchase CDM products from the APL through the Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense acquisition strategy.
Zscaler (Nasdaq: ZS) enables the world’s leading organizations to securely transform their networks and applications for a mobile and cloud-first world. Its flagship services, Zscaler Internet Access and Zscaler Private Access, create fast, secure connections between users and applications, regardless of device, location, or network.
Zscaler services are 100% cloud delivered and offer the simplicity, enhanced security, and improved user experience that traditional appliances or hybrid solutions are unable to match. Used in more than 185 countries, Zscaler operates a multi-tenant, distributed cloud security platform that protects thousands of customers from cyberattacks and data loss.