DISA Approves Citrix App Delivery Product for DoD Info Network

DISA Approves Citrix App Delivery Product for DoD Info Network
Citrix

Citrix has received approval from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to offer an application delivery controller technology for Department of Defense use in collaboration and communication functions.

The company said Friday that the platinum edition of its ADC MPX 14000-FIPS 11.1 appliance has been added to the DoD Information Network Approved Products List after completing a series of cybersecurity and interoperability tests.

The Citrix ADC product is designed to help users send apps to multicloud computing environments and secure the delivery process.

“We are deeply committed to providing a secure environment in which our customers can operate and be sure their information and assets are safe and we are pleased to be recognized by the DoDIN for our efforts,” said Fermin Serna, chief information security officer of Citrix.

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