Safe-T Group says its ZoneZero solution added to NASA’s Solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract vehicle

Safe-T Group says its ZoneZero solution added to NASA’s Solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract vehicle

Safe-T Group Ltd (NASDAQ:SFET) (TASE:SFET) has announced that its ZoneZero solution, developed by its wholly owned subsidiary Safe-T Data A.R Ltd, has been successfully added to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract vehicle (SEWP-V).  The company said the inclusion of Safe-T’s solutions to the SEWP vehicle was made possible by its lead distributor in North America, Philemon Security USA, through its channel partners.  Safe-T said its innovative ZoneZero solution is an ideal fit for the defense and federal sectors, as secure access is vital for all business aspects.  READ: Safe-T’s Zero Trust Network Access featured in March 2021 Gartner Research report ZoneZero unifies all remote access needs in one zero-trust network access solution: human users (VPN users, non-VPN users, internal users), applications, APIs, and connected devices. It grants secure access to all corporate resources, applications, and services, including Web, SSH, RDP, SFTP, thick applications, proprietary applications, SMB, TCP, APIs, and more.  And ZoneZero applies Zero Trust security models by orchestrating authentication first, access later concepts, with strong and continuous authentication, and multifactor authentication to all resources. Safe-T noted that all US federal agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD), and government contractors are able to purchase ICT and AV equipment and services from SEWP-authorized resellers. NASA’s SWEP-V is a US Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) authorized by the US Office of Management and Budget and managed by NASA. The NASA SEWP-V provides the latest in information and communications technology (ICT) and audio-visual (AV) products and services for all federal agencies and their approved contractors.  “The addition to the SEWP contract vehicle is not only validation of our ZoneZero solution, but represents the strength of our new partner in the U.S., Philemon,” said Safe-T CEO Shachar Daniel. “Our mutual goal is to target the federal sector, which is a massive opportunity that is ripe for our access solutions. Agencies across the federal government and Department of Defense use SWEP-V to purchase a variety of technologies. The advantage of this vehicle lies in its request-based approval system, through which agencies can obtain specific solutions to real-time needs rather than relying on a limited catalogue.” Keith Mortier, CEO of Philemon, added: “As our government customers and channel partners accelerate their implementation of Zero Trust, we see SEWP as an effective vehicle through which we can provide Software.”  Contact the author: patrick@proactiveinvestors.com Follow him on Twitter @PatrickMGraham

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