WitFoo Announces Partnership with Ardalyst
Federal MSSP & VAR partners with SECOPS platform to deliver SOC of the Future & compliance with evolving government cybersecurity standards
WitFoo, the world’s most intelligent SECOPS platform fueled by big data analytics, announced today a partnership with Ardalyst, a digital risk management company, to offer Precinct as a service to its customers. A critical component of Ardalyst’s SOCs of the Future design, Precinct delivers flexible and scalable SIEM/SOAR capabilities for a globally-scalable architecture offering advanced awareness-in-breadth as well as compliance with evolving government cyber standards, including NIST SP 800-53 and 800-171 and Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Maturity Levels 2 through 5.
“WitFoo’s Precinct offers the best combination of flexible deployment options, cost-contained licensing, and multi-tenancy support in the SIEM/SOAR space,” said Josh O’Sullivan, CTO and co-founder, Ardalyst. “With Precinct as the foundation of our SOCs of the Future offering, we’re able to not only satisfy the strictest requirements from our customers, but also enable them to do more with less.”
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Ardalyst envisions the SOCs of the Future as a network of integrated operations centers working together towards cyber resiliency and mission assurance. Ardalyst’s design is a comprehensive, hybrid approach to enable multiple operations centers to monitor a multi-tenant/multi-site set of enterprise networks, clouds and deployed locations. The Ardalyst SOCs of the Future offering integrates FireEye, Gigamon and WitFoo solutions to achieve maximum agility, velocity, scalability and effectiveness.
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“Affordable compliance is crucial to doing business in the federal market and companies like Ardalyst are making it easy for customers to meet requirements, while simultaneously enhancing their cybersecurity posture,” said Tim Bradford, CEO of WitFoo. “We’re excited to partner with Ardalyst and aid them in their mission of helping clients protect and expand their competitive edge.”
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