SECURITY ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING

To proactively defend against sophisticated cyber security threats Merlin provides a security infrastructure based on Computer Network Attack (CNA), Computer Network Defense (CND), and Computer Network Exploitation (CNE) methodologies.  This agile evolving security infrastructure can learn and improve its capabilities over time.

Merlin’s security infrastructure defends against physicals events such as natural disasters or structural failures and can distinguish and take action in situations difficult to distinguish from physical events, such as user error. This enables cyber security incident response methodologies to address the threat while allowing essential mission/business critical functions to continue in a degraded or alternative mode, until the attack is addressed and recovery becomes possible.

Designed to provide automated, rule-based procedures to continuously monitor and manage cyber security devices, network components, anti-malware software and firewalls on enterprise networks, Merlin enables its clients to ensure the highest level of defense to security incidents, abnormal behavior and irregular traffic.

 

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To proactively defend against sophisticated cyber security threats Merlin provides a security infrastructure based on Computer Network Attack (CNA), Computer Network Defense (CND), and Computer Network Exploitation (CNE) methodologies.  This agile evolving security infrastructure can learn and improve its capabilities over time …  LEARN MORE

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In the fast paced world of mobile technology, federal agencies must optimize the way they process information while ensuring data is protected against cyberattacks and exploitation . Merlin provides fast, cost-efficient, and fully secure mobile solutions that enable customers to intuitively use applications while safeguarding data … LEARN MORE

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The internet of things (IoT) is becoming a hugely disruptive technological innovation, revolutionizing the way we interact with, gather data from, and automate the world around us. It is estimated that more than 50 billion connected devices will be in circulation by 2020.  And that equates to 50 billion end points which could be breached … LEARN MORE