Products & Services
The Information Assurance (IA) at the National Security Agency works to provide customers, stakeholders, and clients with world renowned services and expertise.
The Information Assurance (IA) at the National Security Agency delivers mission enhancing Information Assurance (IA) technologies, products, and services that enable customers and clients to secure operational information and information systems.
Information Assurance Guidance
IA publishes guidance on IA security solutions, so customers can benefit from our unique and deep understanding of risks, vulnerabilities, mitigations, and threats. These documents include: secure configuration guides, frameworks, security tips, technical briefs, and more.
IA Guidance »
Advisories & Alerts
IA publishes Information Assurance Advisories (IAA) and alerts for stakeholders, clients, and partners. Advisories and alerts warn of risks and offer specific information about vulnerabilities, mitigation guidance, products, services, and ways to harden security architectures.
IA Advisories & Alerts »
Mitigation Tools provide customers with secure solutions to enhance their system architecture.
Mitigation Tools »
Protective Technologies offers a complete line of technical services and products to assist customers in identifying and satisfying tamper protection needs. Tamper indicating products include measures to deter and detect unauthorized access to sensitive facilities and/or shipping containers. Anti-Tamper technologies provide protection against physical probing or extraction of program information contained in equipment, as well as unauthorized modifications and substitutions.
For information on product evaluation and certification, please visit the following link:
TEMPEST Certification Program (TCP) »
For help and information on product specification and evaluation or to contact IA, please click below:
IAD Client Contact Center »
For information on IA's many partnerships with academic institutions or for information relating to these programs, please click below:
Academic Outreach »