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. 6.5.4 TN 1435301, is now listed and available for purchase by all DoD agencies.
Over the past year, Corsec and Cisco worked through hardening security requirements against the DoD, including extensive STIG testing, CAC compliance and IPv6. Cisco met all the DoD’s product security requirements, including JITC testing, which covered Information Assurance and Interoperability. Cisco joins the growing list of Corsec customers on the DoDIN APL, including DTECH LABS, ScienceLogic, CyberArk, and Forescout.
About DoDIN APL
Created in 2011, the DoDIN APL represents the agency’s master list of secure, trusted and approved technology infrastructure products. The DoDIN APL was developed in an effort to maintain a single consolidated list of products that have completed Interoperability (IO) and Information Assurance (IA) certification. Getting a product included on this coveted list involves a rigorous 39-step process overseen by the Unified Capabilities Certification Office (UCCO). This laborious and often confusing process involves the submission of a series of properly completed forms and product documentation, attainment of prerequisite validations and certifications such as FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria, and adherence to strict scheduling guidelines and interdependencies.
StealthWatch provides comprehensive security monitoring and analytics for fast, effective incident response. It helps to monitor, detect, analyze, and respond to network threats. StealthWatch hardware can help forensically monitor traffic patterns; additionally, CSIRT is able to easily query stored NetFlow data and piece together the details and series of events of security incidents.