Kratos, AlienVault partner for SATCOM
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has announced today that its RT Logic subsidiary has entered into an exclusive partnership with AlienVault to design, develop and deliver new cyber security solutions for the Satellite Communications (SATCOM) industry. According to Kratos, the agreement will see both companies integrate their respective technologies to develop products and solutions targeting the SATCOM sector.
Kratos says that the goal is to ‘help defence, government and commercial satellite operators significantly improve their cyber situational awareness, threat management, incident response and to more readily comply with DIACAP, SEC and other government regulations’.
According to the company, the disparate nature of many SATCOM systems and devices presents unique security challenges for mission and network specialists. The two companies will combine their expertise to address these challenges and to ease the burden of compliance requirements that are proliferating in an increasingly hostile cyber environment. RT Logic will exclusively market those solutions within the SATCOM industry.
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