General Dynamics and Bivio Networks: Innovative Defenses Against Cyber Threats

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a principal contractor to defense, intelligence and homeland security customers delivering end-to-end mission solutions, and Bivio Networks, a leading provider of network systems for securing, monitoring and controlling critical network infrastructure, today announced a strategic partnership to deliver an array of scalable, resilient and innovative cyber security solutions for both the public and private sectors.

Nadia D. Short

“In our heavily networked world, cyber attacks represent a constant threat to both government systems and the critical networks we depend on for banking, communicating and powering our economy,” said Nadia D. Short, vice president and general manager, Cyber Division, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. “Our customers will greatly benefit from General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems’ and Bivio Networks’ complementary expertise in designing and integrating proven solutions that defend large enterprise and national networks.”

Through the partnership, the two companies will offer enhanced network security solutions that integrate the most up-to-date cyber security products and technologies to deliver situation awareness, allowing enterprises to proactively address cyber threats in real-time.

“With malicious cyber activity on the rise, the ability to act on secure, real-time communications is vital for agencies to make timely and accurate decisions in support of mission-critical operations,” said Dr. Elan Amir, president and CEO of Bivio Networks. “This partnership combines Bivio’s expertise in developing advanced cyber security networking systems with General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems’ leading capabilities in designing and deploying solutions in mission critical environments to further address the federal government’s unique security demands.”

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems and Bivio Networks have previously collaborated on federal agency cyber and network security deployments.

Source : General Dynamics Corporation

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