Fidelis helps you outperform, outmaneuver and outfight cyber attackers at every step to keep your business operations and data safe. Enterprises are at a disadvantage against their cyber adversaries. Threats come from every angle and many organizations lack complete visibility of their cyber terrain, allowing cyber attackers to lurk undetected as they take aim at sensitive data or look to disrupt business operations. To gain the decisive advantage, security teams need to think like their adversary. This means having greater visibility across the different layers within their environment as well as the automation to scale detection and response capabilities.
Arming Cyber Warriors to Gain the Decisive Advantage
See across your terrain to detect, hunt and respond to threats and protect your data.
Developed and Used
by Cyber Warriors
Fidelis Cybersecurity was founded by cyber warriors and continues that rich heritage today. Our cyber warriors are incident responders, SOC operators, intel analysts and threat hunters, from the DoD and US Intel Communities as well as Industry. Our team has built some of the most secure environments and has been called in post-breach to lead the incident response programs for some of the largest data breaches on record. Our platform provides cyber warriors with the ability to operate inside the adversary’s decision cycle and detect and respond to advanced threats at line speed. Not only do we develop the tools to help win the cyber battle, we use them on behalf of our customers – finding known and unknown threats, rooting them out and protecting sensitive data.
Our Latest Awards
SC Magazine Award for Best Threat Detection
SC Magazine awards Fidelis with Best Threat Detection, highlighting Fidelis Elevate’s unmatched visibility across the entire kill chain.Read full review
Fidelis Recognized on CRN’s 2019 Security 100 List
CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Fidelis Cybersecurity on its annual Security 100 list, for the third year running.Read full review
Fidelis Deception: SC Magazine Award for Best Deception Technology and 5 Stars in Product Review
SC Magazine awarded Fidelis as the Best Deception Technology and in a separate product review gave Fidelis Deception 5 out of 5 stars.Read full review
InfoSec Awards 2018 – Winners
Advanced Persistent Threat: Fidelis Cybersecurity, Next Gen
Deception Based Security: Fidelis Cybersecurity, LeaderLearn More
SC 2019 Awards Europe
Best Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) ProtectionLearn More
Highly Commended: Fidelis Cybersecurity
At Fidelis we understand that many of our customers are bound by regulatory mandates, which often requires them to prove that the products they deploy are built leveraging secure practices and that the vendors they interact with apply accepted processes to match high standards in cybersecurity. That’s why Fidelis invests in maintaining applicable product and company accreditations and certifications listed below.
- Common Criteria Validated (EAL2+)
- Uses FIPS 140-2 validated encryption
- United States Department of Defense Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (DoD UC APL)
In the News
Sizing Up the Role of Deception Technology
Chris Kubic, former CISO at the National Security Agency, describes how deception technology can change the defensive landscape. “Where deception comes into play is for the unknown threats, the things that are either an attack you haven’t seen before or the attacker evolved their technique,” he says.Read more
Agencies Scrambling to Get a Grip After Solarwinds Hack
It’s hard to tell, but it’s likely a mad scramble going on among federal information security officers as the extent of the SolarWinds hacking becomes more visible. For some likely scenarios, we turned to the former National Security Agency chief security officer, now with Fidelis Cybersecurity, Chris Kubic.Read more
How the Russian hacking group Cozy Bear, suspected in the SolarWinds breach, plays the long game
As U.S. government agencies and thousands of companies around the world assess whether they’ve been compromised in the SolarWinds breach, cybersecurity experts are concerned that the full reach of the suspected hackers may only be just coming to light.
People familiar with the matter have told outlets including The Washington Post that the culprit is one of the most persistent and savvy hacking groups on the planet: the Russian government-backed APT29, also known as Cozy Bear. Cyber threat intelligence firms have been more cautious in assigning blame, even as they acknowledge significant similarities.Read more