Fidelis Cybersecurity

Brief Overview

Fidelis is the industry’s only completely integrated, automated network and endpoint detection and response platform. Fidelis is engineered for visibility, designed for response and trusted by the most important brands in the world. Acquisition of Topspin provides support for deception.

Headquarters

Fidelis Cybersecurity
4500 East West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814
Tel: (301) 652-7190

Executives

John McCormack is serving as the Interim President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board for Fidelis Cybersecurity. Previously he served as the CEO of Forcepoint.
Tim Roddy serves as VP of Cybersecurity Product Strategy. Previously, he served at McAfee.

History

Timothy Sullivan and Gene Savchuk founded Fidelis in 2002. General Dynamics acquired the company in 2012 and then later sold Fidelis Cybersecurity to Marlin Equity Parters in 2015. The company is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland with offices in EMEA, Northern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, South Africa, and Asia Pac.

Key Acquisitions

Topspin Security

Key Competitors

SAIC

Products and Services

Fidelis Cybersecurity provides a range of products and consulting services that can be grouped as follows:
• Fidelis Network Module – a comprehensive automated detection and response for your network to meet the increasing demands of today’s cyber threats. Fidelis Network eliminates the response and investigation back-and-forth with IT teams. It solves the problem of alert fatigue by automatically validating alerts and grouping related alerts together.
• Fidelis Endpoint Module – equips organizations to confidently detect, respond to, and resolve security incidents in a fraction of the time it takes using traditional approaches
• Fidelis Deception Module – advances how security operations lure, detect and defend against advanced attackers. The product extends visibility and detection deep into the network to protect critical data, helps SOCs learn new attacker techniques and improves and becomes deterministic with breadcrumbs leading to decoy attackers.

Website

https://www.fidelissecurity.com/