Endgame wins $18.8M contract to support Air Force cybersecurity
- By Mark Hoover
- Dec 07, 2016
Endgame has won an $18.8 million contract to support the Air Force’s cyber protection teams.
Under the contract, Endgame will provide its endpoint detection and response platform to prevent, detect and hunt for advanced threats to protect critical infrastructure.
Endgame said in a release that its platform detects attacks in their earliest stage without threat intelligence.
The company first deployed its platform to the Air Force in December 2015, Endgame said.
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