|Industry||Network Security, Endpoint Security, Cyber Deception|
|Founder||Timothy Sullivan, Gene Savchuk|
United States of America
|Products||Automated Detection and Response|
Fidelis Cybersecurity is a cybersecurity company focused on threat detection, hunting and response of advanced threats and data breaches. IBM, the United States Army and the United States Department of Commerce are among its customers.
Fidelis offers network security appliances, which include the company's patented Deep Session Inspection architecture. The company claims speed and accuracy in network traffic inspection among its technical differentiators.
In April 2015, Marlin Equity Partners entered into an agreement with General Dynamics to acquire Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions with the intention of creating a new advanced threat defense service.
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