Herndon, VA – December 1, 2009 – NetWitness Corporation, the world leader in automated threat intelligence and real-time network forensics, today announced a strategic partnership with SRA International, Inc. SRA will resell NetWitness NextGen as part of SRA’s One Vault comprehensive cyber security offering for the U.S. government. NetWitness’ network monitoring solutions are trusted by more than half of the cabinet agencies of the U.S. Federal Government and dozens of other agencies. The NetWitness user population currently includes over 15,000 security experts in more than 5,000 enterprises located in 126 countries around the world.
“When evaluating new technologies to add to our One Vault offering, our team considered a number of security tools, and determined that NetWitness was among the best network monitoring and network forensics utility to deploy across the cyber domain,” said SRA International Vice President of Offerings & Products Jim McClave. “NetWitness provides visibility into advanced persistent threats and agile capability to address today’s malware.”
Under this new agreement, SRA will incorporate NetWitness NextGen into its comprehensive One Vault offering available to federal government agencies. SRA’s One Vault solution suite, available in early 2010, will provide end-to-end cyber security solutions and deliver full lifecycle expertise across the entire landscape of information security operations, technologies and policies.
NetWitness’ innovative solutions address a critical gap in security infrastructures by providing continuous awareness of all network activity and sensitive data through application-layer network intelligence and real-time network forensics.
“We are proud to be selected as SRA’s technology partner of choice for its expanding cyber practice that has spent the past decade combating cyber threats that threaten our national security and economic stability,” said Jaci Vilardo, Vice President of Federal Sales for NetWitness. “This partnership further strengthens our leadership and footprint in the U.S. government market, providing agencies with the much needed intelligence they need to quickly identify and address today’s most sophisticated cyber threats.”