SonicWall provides U.S. Government-certified cybersecurity solutions for administrative, intelligence, and military organizations and agencies. As such, SonicWall is committed to the integrity of its products as well as all partners and vendors that comprise SonicWall’s trusted and vetted global supply chain.
To ensure U.S. federal agencies and organizations can deploy SonicWall products and solutions with full confidence, all SonicWall products are compliant with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), specifically Section 889.
SonicWall products, services and technology are also compliant with a number of key U.S. federal laws and regulations, including TAA, FIPS-140-2, Common Criteria, DoDIN APL, CSfC, USGv6, IPv6 Phase 2 and more.
SonicWall maintains a close and long-standing relationship with its subcontract manufacturers. SonicWall works closely with its manufacturers and suppliers to ensure the integrity and security of its facilities, systems and supply chain.
“What we have learned from the numerous breaches in the public and private sectors is that the foundation of the internet is a digital supply chain that must be defended from end to end,” SonicWall President and CEO Bill Conner wrote for The Hill.
SonicWall-branded devices, products and services are compliant with Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act. For more information on procurement or contract assurances, including a declaration of the NDAA compliance letter required for a proposal, please contact email@example.com.
What is Section 889?
According to the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), Section 889 of the NDAA “prohibits federal agencies, their contractors and grant or loan recipients from procuring or using ‘telecommunications and video surveillance equipment or services’ from specific Chinese companies as a ‘substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system.’
NDAA Section 889 also prohibits the use of telecommunications equipment and services produced by Huawei Technologies Company or ZTE Corporation, as well as video surveillance and telecommunications equipment and services produced by Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, Dahua Technology Company and affiliated entities and organizations.