Splunk will offer discounted products and services to help federal agencies comply with President Joe Biden’s executive order on cyber response.
The company said Tuesday its Government Logging Modernization Program will provide federal agency customers with cloud packages, lower-cost storage options, exclusive programmatic pricing, security expertise and cloud migration assessments.
Cloud packages and migration services offered as part of the effort are certified under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, which aims to standardize the security of cloud services used in the federal government.
Security experts from Splunk will also help customers navigate through cloud maturity requirements and event log tiers of a cybersecurity model endorsed by the Office of Management and Budget.
“Given Splunk’s deep commitment to the public sector, we’ve decided to commit resources that help them meet the new requirements quickly,” said Teresa Carlson, the company’s president and chief growth officer and a six-time Wash100 awardee.