DLT, Sqrrl Form Threat Detection and Response Platform Partnership; Alan Marc Smith Comments

cybersecurityDLT Solutions and Sqrrl have formed a partnership to provide government agencies with a threat detection and response platform.

The Sqrrl Enterprise platform works to target and disrupt cyber threats through the use of user and entity behavior analytics, DLT said Tuesday.

“Recent cyber incidents teach us that advanced cyber adversaries will be able to defeat static perimeter defenses, and government agencies need to supplement their traditional detection tools,” said Alan Marc Smith, DLT president and CEO.

Sqrrl CEO Mark Terenzoni said in the release that the company chose to work with DLT for the latter’s customer relationships and government procurement knowledge.

Sqrrl Enterprise will work to help government organizations detect threats that can bypass traditional cyber defenses using behavioral analytics and machine learning, the report said.

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