General Dynamics [GD] on Tuesday said its Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions business unit has partnered with cyber security technology and service firm CrowdStrike

to provide its customers with a broader range of threat intelligence, in particular giving them information to attribute malicious activity to specific threat actors.

GD Fidelis customers will benefit from CrowdStrike’s Intelligence Exchange in addition to its own threat research services and software products.iStock Computer

“Our participation in the Intelligence Exchange broadens the scope of intelligence we provide our customers and with the integration through Fidelis XPS, we enable our customer to apply that intelligence in real-time to operationalize the detection and remediation of threats,” Peter George, president of GD Fidelis Security Solutions, said in a statement.

CrowdStrike said its Intelligence Exchange combined with Fidelis’ solutions will provide customers with “deep solution integration…with both context and prioritization into targeted attacks.”