GTRI-Root9B-Ziften Alliance to Offer Cyber Risk Mitigation Tools; Greg Byles Comments

cybersecurityGlobal Technology Resources Inc. has forged a strategic cyber alliance with Ziften and Root9B to help government and commercial clients detect and mitigate threats to their information technology systems.

The companies will combine their cyber risk mitigation platforms and services and will work to build up their service delivery and integration models in an effort to expand security offerings for clients, GTRI said Wednesday.

“Companies need a proactive risk management strategy and solutions that rapidly and effectively defend against today’s persistent attacks,” said Greg Byles, CEO and co-founder of GTRI.

Under the alliance, GTRI will integrate its security consulting services with root9B’s Active Adversary Pursuit and Manned Information Security software platforms and Ziften’s endpoint visibility tools that work to detect and remediate network vulnerabilities.

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