“With the addition of these new SINS we are readily able to provide government clients with access to advanced cybersecurity services within our portfolio.” - Phil Justice - Sr. Vice President Commercial Program and Consulting Practice, Newberry Group
(PRWEB) October 13, 2016
Newberry Group is pleased to announce the successful completion of the rigorous qualifications necessary to add GSA’s Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services to their GSA Schedule 70. As part of the President’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) and the Cybersecurity Implementation Plan (CSIP), these Special Item Numbers allow the Federal Government to purchase specific cybersecurity services that are designed to identify, mitigate, and remove risks associated with their current network infrastructure and data protection methodologies. “Newberry’s is pleased and proud to have been thoroughly vetted by the U.S. Government to participate in the GSA HACS SIN contract,” said Phil Justice, Sr. Vice President of Newberry’s Commercial Programs and Consulting Practice. “With the addition of these new SINS we are readily able to provide government clients with access to advanced cybersecurity services within our portfolio.”
As a long-standing Federal partner and provider of Cyber Security Services, to include Risk & Vulnerability Management, Penetration Testing, Incident Response, and Cyber Hunting, Newberry Group is in an excellent position to support the Federal Government within these areas. Further, their historical use of procurement through GSA provides their Federal clients with the ease and confidence they require during the procurement process.
For more information, contact Newberry Group at sales(at)thenewberrygroup(dot)com, 636-928-9944, or http://www.newberrygroup.com