DLT to Offer Govt Clients Endpoint Security Support Through Intel Partnership

cybersecurityIntel Security has chosen DLT Solutions as a support provider for the former’s portfolio of endpoint protection offerings in the public sector market.

DLT said Tuesday it will offer first- and second-level technical support services to government customers as a platinum member of Intel Security’s partner program.

The two companies entered into a partnership agreement in March to establish a cyber lab at the DLT Innovation Center in efforts to help customer agencies address cybersecurity challenges.

DLT also provides technical support for products from other technology vendors such as Amazon Web Services, Quantum, Google, NetApp and Veritas through the DLT Operations Center.

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