FireMon showcased its continuous monitoring platform offering at a defense and technology exposition in San Diego on Feb. 11 to 13.
The company has also appointed Kelly Jones and Andrew Stephens to its federal services team and named Albert Nieves vice president of federal sales, the company said Feb. 11.
The security intelligence provider attributed its 80 percent year-over-year earnings growth to customers adopting the company’s Security Manager continuous monitoring platform for risk management.
Nieves said the offering is intended to help federal information technology organizations build up the security of their cyber network.
FireMon has also teamed up with Lockheed Martin and SRA International for the Department of Homeland Security’s potential $6 billion Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program.