Hanover, Md., November 22, 2021 – Braxton-Grant Technologies, Inc. has received ISO 20243:2018 certification. This certification demonstrates Braxton-Grant complies with the requirements in the Open Trusted Technology Provider™ Standard (O-TTPS) Certification Program for Open Trusted Technology Provider™ V1.

Braxton-Grant Technologies applies over 20 years of experience in cyber and information security, with experience that spans a wide array of government agencies, commercial industries, and technologies. They provide multi-vendor integration and custom solutions to each customer’s risks, requirements, vulnerabilities, and compliance obligations.

“Braxton-Grant Technologies is proud to add ISO 20243:2018 to our other certifications,” said Peter Cushley, Director of Maryland Operations. “This certification provides evidence that we, as IT product resellers, utilize best practices when dealing with the supply chain for IT products and vendors we represent. Our customers have a measurement of the integrity of our Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) and can be reassured that we are following actionable guidelines to mitigate the risks in the supply chain.”

About Braxton-Grant Technologies, Inc.

Braxton-Grant provides cybersecurity solutions through technology installation, implementation, system management, cyber technology training, and technical support services. For more information about Braxton-Grant, visit www.braxtongrant.com.

About the Open Trusted Technology Provider™ Standard

The Open Trusted Technology Provider™ Standard (O-TTPS) (ISO 20243:2018) is a standard of The Open Group® which provides a set of guidelines, recommendations and requirements that help assure against maliciously tainted and counterfeit products throughout commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) information and communication technology (ICT) product lifecycles. The O-TTPS framework requires candidates to implement control requirements across three families: (1) product development; (2) secure engineering; and (3) supply chain security. The standard includes best practices throughout all phases of a product’s life cycle: design, sourcing, build, fulfillment, distribution, sustainment, and disposal, thus enhancing the integrity of COTS ICT products and the security of their global supply chains.