Xage, Four Enter Security Tech Partnership for Public Sector Clients; Darron Makrokanis Quoted

Xage Security will collaborate with Four Inc. to bring zero trust offerings to the federal government under an aggregation partnership between the two companies.

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Four will distribute Xage’s security platforms and services through a channel network, NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract and the U.S. Army’s Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-Software 2 acquisition vehicle, Xage said.

The companies partnered as government agencies are working to accelerate the implementation of zero trust architectures to protect information networks and reduce the risks of a cyberattack on critical infrastructure.

“To meet this need, we searched for a way to quickly provide our solutions to the public sector and help secure crucial government systems, and this partnership with Four Inc. was the ideal vessel,” said Darron Makrokanis, chief revenue officer of Xage.

The Palo Alto, California-based company also announced the appointment of Joe Nestor, formerly an executive at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), as vice president of global business development and strategic alliances.

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