IronNet Reports Agreement with Gulf Cooperation Council Country to Provide Collective Defense for Critical National Infrastructure
Feb 10, 2022 By MarketDepth
IronNet, Inc. (NYSE: IRNT) reported execution of a multi-year contract with a Gulf Cooperation Council country that is remaining anonymous to protect operational security. This step is to enable the company to better defend its governmental, infrastructure enterprises, financial and country-wide cyber-attacks. “We are proud to be recognized by this visionary GCC country for our Collective Defense platform, which enables anonymized, real-time collaboration and a more proactive approach to combating cyber adversaries,” said General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Co-CEO and Founder of IronNet. “Enabling public-private partnerships is a critical part of helping this country strengthen their cybersecurity posture in the face of escalating cyber threats.”
The IronNet platform is the first of its kind automated cyber solution that delivers threat knowledge and intelligence along with industries at machine speed. It leverages advanced AI-driven NDR capabilities to detect and prioritize anomalous activity inside individual enterprise network environments. The platform identifies and analyzes threat detections across the community to identify broad attack patterns to provide anonymized intelligence to all community members in real-time to give all members a heads up into potential attacks. Increased visibility of known and unknown cyber threats with the ability to collaborate in real-time may help improve the effectiveness of cyber defenders as it allows for faster triage and stronger response capabilities.