root9B announces opening of adversary pursuit center
root9B, a root9B Technologies Company, a Colorado Springs, CO-based provider of advanced cybersecurity services and training for commercial and government clients, announced September 22 that its state-of-the-art Adversary Pursuit Center (APC) is completed and servicing clients. The APC will serve as the nerve center of root9B’s manned cyber security HUNT operations, representing a true shift in cybersecurity operations by offering 24/7/365 remote computer network defense from the APC.
The center will provide full spectrum remote security services and the highest level of cyber training, as well as certification and validation of operational readiness for several government and commercial entities.
“This is a first-of-its-kind Center that provides our clients with a security-for-a-service opportunity,” said root9B’s Chief Executive Officer Eric Hipkins. “We have created a unique, always-on environment that allows highly-trained security operators to actively monitor our client’s propriety networks, searching for malicious activity in real time.”
The APC is housed near root9B’s central offices inColorado Springs, CO, and features an intentionally designed space supporting a wide spectrum of active HUNT operations, including perimeter defense, network anomaly monitoring, host-based defense, and credential security.
A leading provider of advanced cybersecurity services and training for commercial and government clients, root9B was ranked in the top 50 on the Cybersecurity 500, a directory of the 500 hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch in 2015.