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  • December 23, 2019
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TrueFort fortifies security with Infoblox

TrueFort, the application detection and response company, is expanding the TrueFort Fortified Ecosystem, building upon its previously announced partnership with CrowdStrike.

To protect applications and enable organizations to achieve full, 360-degree understanding of their behavior and context, the TrueFort Fortress XDR platform has been optimized to consume vast amounts of real-time telemetry into its advanced analytics engine to be able to accurately identify internal and external threats across all vectors.

“Through the Ecosystem Exchange model, Infoblox customers now have yet another way to extend the value of our Core Network Services data,” said David Barry, senior director of business development at Infoblox. “The TrueFort Fortress XDR platform’s ability to consume our telemetry enhances its application profiling for better policy management, while providing increased insight into unmanaged systems to fast-track application-layer threat detection.”

In addition, TrueFort is also the Center for Internet Security SecureSuite which provides organizations access to multiple cybersecurity resources including the CIS-CAT Pro configuration assessment tool, build content, full-format CIS Benchmarks, and more.

TrueFort Fortress XDR is also expanding its footprint of protected application environments with a new listing on the VMware Solution Exchange as a data center and network security solution.

“To improve our customers’ security posture while reducing operational overhead, as vendors we need to ensure smooth integration and information sharing between toolsets, while following industry best practices like the CIS benchmarks,” said Sameer Malhotra, CEO and Founder, TrueFort.  “Through initiatives like the TrueFort Fortified Ecosystem, we look forward to promoting industry collaboration in 2020 and beyond.”

For more information about this news, visit www.truefort.com.

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