Federal Customers tend to have unique requirements when it comes deploying IT as a service. Why do these customers choose Citrix time and time again? Because we believe that our mantra of “being able to work and play from anywhere” is something that even the Federal Government can attain with the caveats of security and compliance.
Common Criteria Certification is an international standard with which technology products are evaluated against from a security perspective. Several Information Assurance agencies within the Federal Govt require that software/hardware that is introduced into the network has been Common Criteria Certified. This is usually a precursor to an Authority to Operate (ATO) or DIACAP accreditation.
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, “Why Citrix?” Federal Edition- The Citrix Blogs