Blue Ridge Networks announced today that it has been awarded a managed services contract from one of the nations largest public housing authority to bolster its cybersecurity infrastructure with the AppGuard endpoint cybersecurity solution. The organization will be leveraging AppGuard's zero trust cybersecurity protection to block undetectable attacks without the need for urgent and frequent patching that other endpoint security solutions require. The three-year contract will give the customer access to 7,000 AppGuard Licenses.
AppGuard Server addresses the significant gap in adequate server protection enterprises and organizations currently face.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- AppGuard, Inc, the pioneers of zero trust cybersecurity software for endpoints, servers and mobile platforms, announced today the launch of AppGuard Server, the first server protection solution built from scratch that addresses specific server only requirements. It is the lightest weight solution available, ensuring no compromise of server performance while providing maximum security, unattainable from competitor solutions.
Nikkei xTech, a primary media publication of Nikkei Business Publications, has awarded the “Nikkei xTECH Security 2018 Award” to the cutting edge Endpoint Security Product AppGuard, software developed by a Japanese company Blue Planet-works, Inc (BPw). The award was given to the superior product or service among all the products or services exhibited at Nikkei xTECH EXPO 2018. Nikkei x Tech also awarded…
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- AppGuard, Inc and Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider™, today announced a partnership making AppGuard's leading zero trust endpoint protection solution available to Carahsoft's entire public and partner reseller ecosystem via Carahsoft's NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) Contract.
ON THE EDGE OF CYBER ATTACK CRISIS
From Cold War to Cyber War, An Interview with Former CIA Executive Mark Kelton
A witness who has seen the backside of world history
'Geronimo EKIA.’ That was the message that US President Barack Obama was waiting to hear. On
May 2, 2011, in the White House Situation Room, Obama and his advisers had been watching a live
video from Pakistan. The US Navy SEALS were in a top secret operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan and the live video kept the White House posted on every move.