Booz Allen-Triumfant Partnership to Offer Combined Predictive Intell, Cyber Analytics

cyber security imageBooz Allen Hamilton and Triumfant have entered into a strategic partnership to deliver an endpoint security offering that leverages predictive intelligence and reverse engineering functions to identify potential risk areas.

Triumfant said Wednesday Booz Allen’s Predictive Intelligence Services will supplement AtomicEye with cyber analytics to attribute threat actors and adaptive security based on the generated insight.

“Simply investing in technology is no longer adequate to defend against today’s sophisticated and constantly evolving threats,” said Randy Hayes, a vice president at Booz Allen.

He added that the combination of predictive threat intelligence and analytics works to bolster security in the current cyber environment.

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