Attila Security, Cis Secure Form Telework Kit Partnership

Attila Security, Cis Secure Form Telework Kit Partnership
cybersecurity

Columbia, Maryland-based endpoint cybersecurity provider Attila Security and Ashburn, Virginia-based communication device company Cis Secure will market a telework cybersecurity kit to federal government customers as part of a new partnership.

The kit will include Attila's GoSilent Cube and Cis' Positive Disconnect tools and is designed to help customers securely carry out work at their homes or within remote areas, Cis said Friday.

The package will also come with a headset and a webcam and offer secure collaboration and VPN features.

Bill Hargreaves, chief technology officer at Cis, said the partnership seeks to assist government workers in adapting to remote work requirements through the telework kit.

GoSilent Cube is a National Information Assurance Partnership-certified hardware VPN that offers protection for endpoints and devices while Positive Disconnect is a USB device designed for positive disconnect security.

Cis Secure offers secure intelligence, command and control, communications, telework, executive travel and first responder services.

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