Through the partnership, the companies will work to help government agencies combat external attacks, insider threats and stop fraud in real-time .
Michael Shrader, director of innovative solutions at Carahsoft, said the team will also work to address new cybersecurity issues facing government organizations.
Silver Tail has opened a new office in Washington, D.C. and plans to further pursue federal information technology and online security contracts.
In-Q-Tel, the intelligence community’s investment arm, invested in Silver Tail systems in 2010.
Carahsoft recently won a National Cooperative Purchasing Association contract to provide computer software to more than 90,000 agencies throughout the nation.