AttackIQ has been authorized by the General Services Administration to market its cybersecurity offerings to federal government clients through RockITek’s Federal Supply Schedule contract.
AttackIQ said Tuesday its suite of products is designed to support government agencies’ cybersecurity objectives and provide customized reporting and standardized assessments to validate an organization's security posture.
The platform also houses an interactive dashboard that helps users prioritize activities through the visualization of real-time information.
John Sobczak, CEO at RockITek, said the firm has submitted a request to include AttackIQ on the Department of Homeland Security's approved products list under the Continuous Diagnostic and Mitigation program.
“We were just notified that they were approved and are now able to be ordered via the CDM contract,” added Sobczak.
RockITek is a distributor firm that develops and manages consortiums in efforts to speed up the government's adoption of various technologies.