Structured, a reputable information technology and systems integrator of secure and scalable IT solutions and services, will be able to guard its customers with the most advanced security solutions through a newly announced partnership with FireEye (News - Alert).
Structured has added advanced malware protection products through partnership with FireEye, an icon in stopping advanced targeted attacks that use advanced malware, zero-day exploits and advanced persistent threat (APT (News - Alert)) tactics.
Collaboration between Structured and FireEye will offer comprehensive solutions for customers that augment their ability to detect and stop advanced targeted attacks and the threats they pose. Once the FireEye Malware Protection System (MPS) is added to Structured’s offerings, Structured will be able to deal with network security gaps exploited by advanced persistent threats (APT) and block targeted attacks.
“Our customers depend on us to ensure their networks and communications systems remain protected from cyber attack, and yet new advanced threats are emerging and evolving too fast for traditional tools,” said Ron Fowler, president and CEO at Structured. “The partnership with FireEye targets these new threats and ensures that Structured’s integrated security solutions provide best-in-class protection.”
There is an increased need for enhanced security measures that anticipate, detect and block threats to government and business enterprise IT systems. Security Gateway (News - Alert) and Unified Threat Management solutions offered by Structured are designed to provide security across all facets of computer networks, covering the complete threat lifecycle.
“FireEye is on an exponential growth path as we solve the largest security issues facing companies today,” stated Ashar Aziz, founder and CEO at FireEye. “We are pleased to have Structured as a partner as they bring our solutions to a new set of customers.”
FireEye was recently in the news when David DeWalt joined as chairman of the board of directors. This announcement comes in the middle of the company's rapid growth. The company nearly tripled revenue and headcount in 2011 and added hundreds of new customers in the past few quarters, many in the Fortune 500.
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