HP Lands $32M DHS Cybersecurity Contract

Law360, New York (February 27, 2014, 3:18 PM EST) -- Hewlett-Packard Co. has won a $32.4 million Department of Homeland Security contract to provide software licenses for code analyzing and penetration testing tools to U.S. federal civilian government agencies, the company announced Wednesday.

Through the cybersecurity contract, which represents the largest acquisition of software security assurance tools worldwide, HP captured the largest portion of the first task order awarded under a government-wide blanket purchase agreement stemming from the DHS Continuing Diagnostics and Mitigation program, HP said.

The company said it will provide its WebInspect and Fortify...
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