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ECS-Attivo Partnership to Offer Deception Tech for Cyber Defense; George Wilson Quoted

Jeff Brody
George Wilson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 3, 2020 — ECS received a Platinum Technology Partner designation from Attivo Networks as part of a partnership aimed at introducing a deception platform to the government and commercial cybersecurity markets, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 23.

Attivo's technology works to trick potential attackers into divulging their identities while ECS’ security operations center offers monitoring and incident response services, ECS said Dec. 19.

“Our focus on machine learning, cybersecurity and innovation is in lockstep with the work being done at Attivo,” said George Wilson, president of ECS and a 2019 Wash100 winner. “We’re committed to bringing these powerful tools and strategies to our customers.”

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