Contracts vehicles make it easier for federal agencies and the US Airforce to procure the Infocyte solution to hunt cyber threats
SAN ANTONIO, TX | August 16, 2016
Infocyte, a provider of agentless hunt technology that eradicates malware and persistent threats, announced that Infocyte HUNT is now available on the SEWP V and NETCENTS-2 buying contracts held by immixTechnology, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of immixGroup, Inc., and Arrow Electronics company.
“As our solution was born from the experience of Airforce officers on the first cyberhunt team, we are pleased to announce our new contract vehicles that allow us to more easily make to our threat hunting solutions available to both federal government customers and the US Airforce,” said Kurt Mueffelmann, COO and President of Infocyte. “Through our relationship with immixTechnology, agencies can now take advantage of special fixed pricing to procure Infocyte HUNT and use it to implement an effective in-house hunt program to detect and respond to malware and hidden compromises.”
These new contracts vehicles make it easier for federal agencies and the US Airforce to procure the Infocyte solution to hunt cyber threats. NASA SEWP (Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement) GWAC (Government-Wide Acquisition Contract) provides the latest in Information Technology (IT) products to provide NASA and all Federal Agencies with timely access to mission critical technologies. The Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) contract provides the Air Force with a primary source for procuring IT products, services, and solutions, now including Infocyte HUNT.
Infocyte HUNT is designed specifically to detect if malware is present on the network. It scans and detects the post-intrusion activity, active or dormant, of attackers who have successfully evaded an organization’s real-time defenses and established a beachhead within the network. It reduces the breach detection gap – the time that exists between infection and discovery – denying attackers the ability to persist, restoring trust in a network’s health.
For more information on the contract vehicles go to: www.infocyte.com/federal-contract-vehicles.
immixGroup, an Arrow company, is a value-added distributor that helps technology companies do business with the government. immixGroup enables IT manufacturers and solution providers to grow their public sector business and accelerate the sales cycle. Government agencies trust immixGroup to provide reliable access to a wide range of enterprise software and hardware products through their preferred contracts and business partners.
About Infocyte, Inc.
Developed by former US Air Force cybersecurity officers, Infocyte’s threat hunting technology fills a void left by today’s real-time detection solutions. By focusing on the post-compromise activity of persistent attackers and insider threats, Infocyte’s unique approach to security helps organizations defend their networks and critical information. Infocyte is a disabled veteran owned company. For more information go to www.infocyte.com or follow us on @InfocyteInc.
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