Agreement, estimated at 23.5 million, will allow faster deployment of electronic defence on critical missions
Forcepoint, global leader in cyber security, announced the award of a General Agreement of purchases (BPA) for 5 years with the FBI that will optimize the procurement and delivery of a complete portfolio of cybersecurity-based integrated the behavior and solutions of cross domain (software, hardware and services professionals). The BPA establishes a base, plus an optional four-year agreement, with an estimated purchase volume of USD 23.5 million.
Forcepoint’s portfolio of solutions protects the FBI’s corporate and mission objectives to incorporate:
-Increased infrastructure efficiency
-The analysis of emerging cyber technologies
-The adoption of Cibersegu Cloud-based Authority
-Cross-domain Technologies-The ability to prepare cybernetic sequencing plans for several years.
“The GAP between the FBI and Forcepoint will foster even greater collaboration between government and industry, “said Sean Berg, senior vice president and general manager of Global Governments and Critical Infrastructure at Forcepoint.”This collaboration will greatly increase delivery and implementation deadlines to ensure the FBI’s high security stance,” he reinforced.