General Dynamics, Bitglass Form Cloud Security Partnership

General Dynamics, Bitglass Form Cloud Security Partnership - top government contractors - best government contracting event

General Dynamics' mission systems business and Bitglass have teamed up to combine their cloud access security broker platforms built to help government agencies and other organizations ensure zero-day data protection.

General Dynamics said Monday it will integrate its Route 66 Cyber CASB with Bitglass-built platform to enable organizations to migrate, protect and track data and applications across multiple cloud platforms.

Route 66 Cyber CASB is a data-centric platform built to help IT administrators secure infrastructure-as-a-service and software-as-a-service apps in the cloud and gain visibility over enterprise data.

Bitglass' Next-Gen CASB works to provide agentless zero-day threat protection, visibility and identity management.

Chris Brady, president of General Dynamics Mission Systems, said the partnership with Bitglass will help accelerate the adoption of government-ready cloud security platforms.

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