DLT, CrowdStrike Introduce Online Forum for Gov’t Cybersecurity Pros; Brian Strosser Quoted

Jeff Brody
Brian Strosser

DLT Solutions and CrowdStrike have created an online forum aimed at helping public sector organizations manage cybersecurity posture through insights and tools from industry.

GovCybersecurityHub is built to offer information on security trends, technology platforms, legislative measures  and best practices meant to help agencies and contractors protect devices, applications and networks, DLT said Thursday.

Brian Strosser, president of DLT, added that GovSecurityHub seeks to help cybersecurity professionals identify available tools to address mission objectives and comply with programs and policies.

"Cybersecurity threats from sophisticated adversaries continue to evolve on a daily basis, and it is critical that the government remains informed on new developments in the field to remain proactive in their fight against cyber criminals,” said James Yeager, public sector vice president at CrowdStrike.

The platform represents the second of DLT’s GovHub online forums, following the launch of GovDesignHub for information modeling and computer-aided design subject matters.

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based CrowdStrike offers a range of endpoint protection tools based on cloud and artificial intelligence technologies. The company serves as GovStrikeHub’s foundational sponsor.

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