Criterion Receives GSA Special Item Number for Cybersecurity Services

Criterion Receives GSA Special Item Number for Cybersecurity Services

The General Services Administration has authorized Criterion Systems to offer cybersecurity services to the government sector under a special item number of GSA’s Multiple Award Schedule.

Criterion said Monday it had to complete a technical evaluation in order to qualify for the 54151 Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services SIN — which includes “high value asset” risk and vulnerability assessment, security engineering and architecture review services.

The services are intended to help agencies test information systems, identify potential vulnerabilities and prevent attacks on the network.

Promod Sharma, president and CEO of Criterion Systems, said the company works to protect mission-critical systems with its CyberScale platform and center of excellence.

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