DLT, Fidelis Form Network, Endpoint Security Tech Alliance for Public Sector Clients

cybersecurityDLT Solutions has partnered with Fidelis Cybersecurity to market a suite of network and endpoint security products and services in the government sector.

DLT said Thursday the joint portfolio will include the Fidelis Network platform designed  to thwart sophisticated threats through network traffic analysis at multi-gigabit speeds and detection of tools and tactics used by attackers to bypass security systems.

The partnership also seeks to offer agencies the Fidelis Endpoint in an effort to help government clients identify compromised endpoints and automate investigation and response to support security analysts’ work to validate suspected incidents.

“Today’s adversaries are organized crime syndicates with well-resourced nation states with the means and motive to cause significant damage,” said Dale McCloskey, vice president of Fidelis Cybersecurity’s federal business.

Jeremy Young, vice president of DLT’s cybersecurity, said he believes that “Fidelis’ network and endpoint products will not only alert agencies as they’re being attacked, but allow agencies to look deep inside their networks to retrace attackers’ footprints and prevent data theft at every stage.”

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