At Fidelis Cybersecurity, we are committed to helping our customers detect and respond to the advanced threats of today and tomorrow, with powerful technology solutions and services that provide security professionals with the accuracy and context to make faster, more informed decisions.
Speed Up Your Security, Slow Down Attackers, And Protect Your Data
Quickly detect and respond to threats across your network,
endpoints, cloud and enterprise IoT with certainty.
Whether we are hunting attackers, investigating your security incident or inventing key capabilities, we’re not done until our customers are secure. This relentless passion for protecting our customers is not just a core attribute of our leadership – it drives our entire organization. In an industry filled with exaggerated claims, Fidelis stands for truth. We tell it like it is and we stand up for what we believe in. Our unique vantage point on the front lines of the cybersecurity battle means we see things others can’t and speak with the credibility that few can match.
We Believe in the Profound Power of Our People
We’re seeking top talent with brilliant minds, the skills and drive to excel, and the passion to defeat the toughest adversaries. With Fidelis, you can shape your future, succeed in a highly entrepreneurial environment, and have fun in the process.
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In the News
Automation is now No. 1 for SecOps: How to put it to work on your team
Security automation has become a top concern for many organizations. That trend was revealed in a recent survey of 300 CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, architects, engineers, and analysts across a variety of industries by the threat detection and hunting company Fidelis Cybersecurity.Read more
The security challenge posed by modern medical devices
Over the past decade, the use of Internet of Things (IoT) in healthcare has gone from an innovation reserved for the most advanced research centres and hospitals to being widely adopted at healthcare facilities across the country. With the rollout of IoT only looking to accelerate in the coming years, it is therefore crucial that they realise that such devices, despite their ability to yield useful telemetry about patient status, require more robust methods to protect them from being compromised. With lacking agent technology, that is often too customised to scale, unique methods such as ‘deception’ will prove to be increasingly useful.Read more
For Cybersecurity to Be Proactive, Terrains Must Be Mapped
As in any battle, understanding and exploiting the terrain often dictates the outcome.
The best prevention capabilities don’t lead to the best cybersecurity. The trouble is, most security teams don’t even have a full understanding of the terrain they’re trying to defend, which makes it impossible to move to a more effective, proactive cybersecurity posture.Read more