DoD APL Myths

Dispelling DoDIN APL Listing Myths

The hoops that companies must jump through in order to sell into the Federal government can be difficult to understand and sometimes misleading. As with any government process, misconceptions surrounding what is required begin to …

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Corsec at Modern Day Marine 2016

Next week Corsec will be joining thousands of government leaders, industry partners, and members of academia at Modern Day Marine in Quantico, VA to discuss the future of technology within the DoD. Companies looking to meet …

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Cisco Completes DoDIN APL Listing with Corsec

Corsec would like to congratulate our partner, Cisco, on successfully completing all the necessary requirements to achieve listing on the DoD’s Information Network Approved Product List (DoDIN APL).  Cisco’s Information Assurance Tool (IAT), StealthWatch Rel. …

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RMF and the DoD's UC APL

RMF: Is It Replacing the DoDIN APL and other Security Certifications?

As companies tap into the growing addressable markets for Commercial and FED, they are confronted with a litany of standards, acronyms and security validations they must overcome in order to stay relevant. The list is daunting, and making sense of this has been our singular focus for the past 18 years. In that time, we…

FIPS 140, CSfC, Common Criteria, UC APL

CSfC and Your Product Evaluation

We have recently seen an increase in the number of clients who are asking about CSfC and how to get on the CSfC Components List maintained by the National Security Agency (NSA) Information Assurance Directorate (IAD). CSfC is the acronym for the IAD’s Commercial Solutions for Classified program. It’s worth noting…