NetSecurity Becomes the First Company to be Vetted and Awarded the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services Contract by the U.S. Government

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Award Positions Company as a Trusted Leader in Delivering Threat Simulation, Breach Investigation, Cyber Adversarial Threat Hunting and Risk Management Services

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We will continue to help agencies in assessing their cyber readiness, simulating malicious threat actors, responding to data breaches, investigating threat actors, conducting threat hunting and neutralizing cyber risks

NetSecurity® Corporation, a leader in cyber security, computer forensics and real-world security training provider announces that it has become the first company ever to be rigorously vetted and awarded the General Services Administration (GSA) new Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Special Item Numbers (SINs). This new contract falls under the GSA Schedule 70 contract vehicle.

“NetSecurity’s cyber capabilities has now been vetted by the U.S. Government as a trusted partner. We will continue to help agencies in assessing their cyber readiness, simulating malicious threat actors, responding to data breaches, investigating threat actors, conducting threat hunting and neutralizing cyber risks,” said Inno Eroraha, Founder & Chief Strategist of NetSecurity. “In support of President Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan, NetSecurity’s contract award allows the government to engage our firm to deliver very specialized and advanced cybersecurity services to help agencies protect critical assets from insider threats and rogue actors,” added Mr. Eroraha.

Under the HACS contract, NetSecurity will deliver the following services to U.S. defense entities, law enforcement, intelligence communities and civilian agencies:

  •     Penetration Testing (GSA SIN 132-45A): Conducting red team and penetration exercises that simulate nation-state, insider threats and other rogue actors.
  •     Incident Response (GSA SIN 132-45B): Responding to cybersecurity incidents within an agency.
  •     Cyber Hunting (GSA SIN 132-45C): Proactively investigating and conducting cyber adversarial threat hunting to discover sophisticated adversaries’ tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that may be “invisible” on a network for several months.
  •     Risk Vulnerability Assessment (GSA SIN 132-45C): Identifying risks within an organization’s information operations and mitigating risks

About NetSecurity
Based in Dulles, VA, NetSecurity is a digital forensics, cyber security and training company. NetSecurity’s ThreatResponder® platform is a technology for conducting threat hunting, data breach investigations, network intrusions and other sophisticated attacks. Through the state-of-the-art NetSecurity Forensic Labs, our experts acquire, preserve, analyze and produce digital evidence promptly that withstands legal scrutiny. NetSecurity’s cybersecurity solutions help organizations protect their information assets proactively. NetSecurity’s renowned Hands-On How-To® training program provides organizations and security professionals with the knowledge of solving real-world challenges through simulations and "how-to" exercises that enable professionals to do their jobs successfully.

For more information, visit http://www.netsecurity.com.

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