MTSI and Guardtime launch new defence-grade turnkey threat intelligence appliance

7 January 2014 (Last Updated January 7th, 2014 18:30)

Modern Technology Solutions (MTSI) and Gardtime have introduced a new keyless signature infrastructure (KSI) appliance component for next-generation enterprise integrity protection and real-time threat detection, contextual threat intelligence, and rapid incident response.

Modern Technology Solutions (MTSI) and Guardtime have introduced a new keyless signature infrastructure (KSI) appliance component for next-generation enterprise integrity protection and real-time threat detection, contextual threat intelligence, and rapid incident response.

Dubbed GuardView Videri, the tool provides the US Department of Defense (DoD) intelligence community (IC) customers and commercial enterprises with a defence-grade turnkey solution to access the Guardtime KSI, providing immutable proof of reliability of their digital assets, advanced persistent threat (APT) detection, reaction, insider threat eradication, and data loss prevention (DLP).

"As we collaborate on future releases of GuardView Videri, we anticipate that many federal customers will find that appliance upgrades represent a minimum-risk and cost-effective approach to staying current with the latest KSI solutions."

A latest addition to Guardtime's GuardView family of DoD and IC solutions, Videri is built on supply-chain specified qualified hardware, and backed by expert analysis of existing DoD/IC best practices and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) requirements to operate in the most secure and mission critical operating environments.

Guardtime USA president Jim Blom said: "The GuardView Videri appliance represents a significant step forward in the practical implementation of KSI to meet the compliance requirements necessary to operate cloud services on DoD and IC networks.

"GuardView Videri offers these markets a way ahead for seamless and scalable integrity and mutual auditability across very large enterprises."
 
MTSI president and CEO Kevin Robinson said: "As we collaborate on future releases of GuardView Videri, we anticipate that many federal customers will find that appliance upgrades represent a minimum-risk and cost-effective approach to staying current with the latest KSI solutions."
 
The tool's software and hardware components are directly traceable to currently-approved DoD/IC data centre and SOC standards, and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) guidelines, including all applicable DISA-recommended configurations.

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