NSF taps vendor to oversee its net security

NSF taps vendor to oversee its net security

The National Science Foundation has chosen Network Security Technology Inc. of Herndon, Va., for network security services.

NetSec's government services group will monitor the agency's intrusion detection systems around the clock and will provide vulnerability assessments and ongoing implementation of security products. The contract is worth $182,540 for the first year and up to $167,700 for two option years.

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