Thorough testing from Joint Interoperability Test Command (JTIC) and DoD Interoperability (IO) certifies RedSeal is secure, trusted and approved to model and monitor U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and DISA networks
SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 18, 2018 – RedSeal (www.redseal.net), the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, today announced that the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) added its RedSeal platform to the Department of Defense (DoD) Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL). RedSeal is now certified to model and monitor any network within the DoD infrastructure, including those of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and DISA.
RedSeal’s patented platform models and continuously monitors network infrastructure, providing visibility into network segmentation, as well as a measure of overall resiliency, to deliver risk-based situational awareness. The Joint Interoperability Test Command (JTIC) and the DoD Interoperability (IO) certifying authority issued its approval, confirming RedSeal meets all Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 certification to achieve its place on the UC APL, the DoD’s master list of secure and approved products for deployment within the DoD’s infrastructure.
Due to the DoD’s extensive criteria – which also includes IA and STIG testing – federal agencies and Global 2000 companies often look to the DoDIN APL for the best technology. Currently, RedSeal is the only certified product that creates a network model from the inside out, including physical assets, as well as those in public and private cloud environments.
This certification stems from a $33.8 million multi-year contract DISA awarded to RedSeal in January 2017, to model and continuously monitor the infrastructure of the Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS). This DoD program creates a single, standardized, security architecture, which will eventually support more than 95 percent of the DoD’s network.
“The UC-APC achievement will expedite network, cybersecurity and risk management teams’ efforts to build, operate and verify resilient networks,” said Kimberly Baker, Public Sector SVP and GM for RedSeal. “The UC-APL provides for reciprocity between the services and provides authority to operate (ATO) without continually recertifying, which will accelerate RedSeal’s already significant growth into DoD networks. Our partner community is excited about this achievement, which gives them an unmatched differentiator for their cyber solutions for DoD as well as accelerates procurements.”
The DoDIN APL approval of RedSeal platform as a Cybersecurity Tool is posted on the DoDIN APL site.