Tufin to Market Policy Automation Tech Under immixGroup’s GSA IT Schedule 70 Vehicle

Tufin has partnered with immixGroup to offer various products and services through the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle.

Tufin said Friday the agreement will allow government agencies to maintain their systems’ security posture and agility through the employment of a security policy automation tool.

Greg McDermott, vice president of federal sales at Tufin’s Americas segment, said the firm will utilize its partnership with immixGroup to help public sector clients control security policies, maintain compliance and access complex networks.

“In order to align with NIST Cybersecurity frameworks, government agencies are undergoing major change in their data centers, and virtualizing more services in their networks, making security increasingly complex and challenging,” said McDermott.

Tufin has developed an orchestration platform that will work to automatically perform network audit, design and risk analysis capacities.

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