Carahsoft Adds Qmulos Compliance Monitoring, Assessment Platforms to HHS BPA

Carahsoft Technology has reported the availability of Qmulos' audit and compliance monitoring products to the Department of Health and Human Services through a blanket purchase agreement.

Operational divisions at the HHS can now procure Q-Compliance and Q-Audit licenses for the Splunk data analytics platform in efforts to automate existing tools and build a common operational standard, Carahsoft said Wednesday.

The HHS BPA's ordering period runs through July 31, 2024.

Q-Compliance is designed to provide feedback on the effectiveness of controls within an organization while Q-Audit is built to help enterprises manage security functions and detect insider threats.

Carahsoft also offers licenses for Splunk's Cloud, Enterprise and premium applications through the BPA, as well as Qmulos and Splunk cybersecurity products via the General Services Administration Schedule contract.

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