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Short Take: Secure Computing secures $22 million Post Office deal

San Jose, California-based Secure Computing has been awarded a four-year, $22-million contract with the U.S Postal Service to handle its Security Infrastructure Plan, as well as recommend technologies and products. Secure Computing provides enterprise-wide network security solutions to financial services, telecommunications, aerospace, manufacturing, and other hi-tech industries, as well as government agencies.

San Jose, California-based Secure Computing has been awarded a four-year, $22-million contract with the U.S Postal Service to handle its Security Infrastructure Plan, as well as recommend technologies and products. Secure Computing provides enterprise-wide network security solutions to financial services, telecommunications, aerospace, manufacturing, and other hi-tech industries, as well as government agencies.