MLS Announces HACS ITC on GSA IT-70 MAS Win

Missing Link Security (MLS) is pleased to announce that, on March 23, 2020, we were awarded all five subcategories of the Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Information Technology Category (ITC) on the GSA IT-70 Multiple Award Schedule (MAS).  This schedule provides government agencies with quicker access to key support services from a pool of technically evaluated cybersecurity vendors that will:

  • Expand agencies’ capacity to test their high-priority IT systems;
  • Rapidly address potential vulnerabilities; and
  • Stop adversaries before they impact our networks.

MLS demonstrated our extensive cybersecurity capability through a technical oral evaluation conducted by GSA. The interview consisted of questions that tested the technical knowledge and experience of MLS’s cybersecurity professionals. This award signals GSA’s confidence in MLS’s ability to bring expert cybersecurity services to the government in the five subcategory areas of:

  • High Value Asset Assessments (including Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (RVA), Security Architecture Review (SAR) and Systems Security Engineering (SSE))
  • Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
  • Cyber Hunt
  • Incident Response
  • Penetration Testing

The HACS ITC-MAS is available to federal, state and local governments. Customers who want to purchase HACS solutions can use the ITC-MAS procurement process which is detailed on the GSA website and can be found here along with additional information and resources. MLS is excited to bring our expert capabilities to the government in a way that expedites orders and deployment of services; reduces open market ordering and contract duplication; and allows government agencies to take advantage of centralized cybersecurity and acquisition support resources from GSA.

MLS is an SDVOSB that specializes in Information Technology security support to government and private industry. With more than 25 years providing cutting-edge cyber solutions, MLS is well-positioned to take on the government’s biggest cyber challenges.