PacStar, Fidelis offer tactical security solution at AFCEA West 2018
SAN DIEGO. PacStar and Fidelis Cybersecurity teamed up to launched PacStar Tactical Fidelis Cybersecurity System – a tactical cybersecurity solution with automated detection and response capabilities for protecting in-theater communications, executive communications, vehicle mount, or forward operating base deployments. Officials are demonstrating the the solution at this year's AFCEA West conference.
The collaboration provides the Fidelis Elevate platform in a quick setup, rugged form factor, which is suited for meeting demanding size, weight, power and reliability requirements for military tactical cyber defensive operations, including pre-positioned cyber sensors and deployable “hunt mission” kits. The system can fill gaps in tactical network cybersecurity, and address three primary DoD challenges: tactical networks frequently are poorly secured; cybersecurity technologies are too large and expensive to deploy; and there is a lack of trained cyber specialists rapidly available in the field.
The PacStar Tactical Fidelis Cybersecurity System is managed by PacStar IQ-Core Software, a “single-pane of glass” management GUI designed to assist networking specialists in conducting configuration, management and troubleshooting.
The core of PacStar Tactical Fidelis Cybersecurity System is based on a PacStar 451 module hosting analytics, management and sensor functions. Additional PacStar 451 and 455 modules may be added for sizable deployments with large, long-term, meta-data storage requirements. Supplemented with PacStar 400-Series routing and switching modules, the system can be delivered as a complete all-in-one solution.
Fidelis and PacStar will conduct live demonstrations of PacStar Tactical Fidelis Cybersecurity System at their joint booth (#2516) at AFCEA West 2018.