The directive of Felipe Angeles International Airport (AIFA) held a first question and answer session with companies interested in providing vulnerability analysis services for public Internet services and the local network of all this new area terminal.
The session was conducted by the Subdirectorate of Material Resources of the Company with Majority State Participation Felipe Ángeles International Airport SA de CV, which manages and operates the AIFA.
The bidding companies that presented themselves by invitation were Adserti SA de CV, PG Ranthoe Servicios Administrativos SA de CV and Consulting All Service In Telecom and Medice S. de RL de CV, which expressed their interest in obtaining the vulnerability analysis service contract. and penetration testing and monitoring for AIFA’s public services on the Internet and local network.
During the question and answer session, the companies learned that the contract will be valid from the moment of the ruling, which will take place in the next few days, and until December 31.
The companies asked a total of 22 questions and among the answers it was learned that the object of the contract also involves analyzing about 2,000 computers that are likely to be vulnerable to failures or computer attacks, and among them around 80 servers.
The Subdirectorate of Material Resources of the AIFA informed the contestants that the payments for their services will be monthly, although they have not yet revealed the amount of these payments.
Subsequently, that agency indicated that on May 3, at noon, the envelopes with the economic proposals of the companies will be opened to obtain the contract, with file number IA-007HZ1999-E16-2022.