Tuesday, July 31, 2018
DLT named one of three companies included in five - year contract for McAfee - branded hardware, software and services.

HERNDON, Va. (July 31, 2018) - DLT Solutions, an award-winning technology provider to the public sector, announced today that it has been awarded a five-year blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to provide McAfee hardware, software, and services by the U.S. Navy. McAfee provides industry leading cybersecurity solutions that enable the DoD to adapt and defend against sophisticated attacks. McAfee’s collaborative approach to cybersecurity creates an ecosystem that improves the customer's cyber posture through automation and open-integration frameworks. With this new contract, DLT will be eligible to supply McAfee solutions to the Defense Department, U.S. Coast Guard and intelligence community.

"DLT is proud to be partnered with both McAfee and the Department of Defense to offer the highest levels of threat visibility and most comprehensive cybersecurity solutions available, which can be acquired simply through this strategic sourcing contract," DLT president Brian Strosser commented.

We value the partnership we have with DLT and look forward to working together to help the Department of Defense transition to the latest, most effective cybersecurity tools and technologies," said Alex Chapin, McAfee executive director, DoD and Intelligence Community. "The selection of McAfee emphasizes the Pentagon’s strategic focus on security from the device all the way to the cloud."

Worth upwards of $500 million and lasting through May 2023, this BPA gives DLT Solutions the ability to help the Defense Department, Coast Guard and intelligence community modernize cybersecurity capabilities critical to the success of their mission objectives with the use of industry leading McAfee solutions.

"The products provided will meet functional requirements and capabilities for: client, data and server protection; data loss prevention; vulnerability management; email gateway security; and network intrusion prevention," the Defense Department said.