DLT Solutions has added a suite of Pulse Secure service offerings to the former's cybersecurity portfolio as part of efforts to help government agencies secure hybrid information technology environments and manage access controls.
Pulse Secure said Wednesday it uses a zero trust model to authenticate IT users, applications, devices and services that are delivered on-premise or in cloud computing environments.
The approach establishes a security state for subjected devices before and during transactions, as well as disseminates information on policy changes.
“Government organizations are advancing IT delivery and capacity while seeking to incorporate zero trust controls to better defend their missions against cyber threats and to comply with evolving compliance mandates,” said Chris Wilkinson, senior vice president of sales at DLT.
Pulse Secure offerings are designed to also help agencies comply with risk management requirements created by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.