MixMode secures GSA contract to supply AI cybersecurity to federal agencies

Santa Barbara, CA-based MixMode, a company specializing in AI-driven cybersecurity solutions, has been awarded a contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). This contract enables the company to offer its generative AI cybersecurity solutions, which include patented 3rd wave AI technology, to federal agencies via the GSA Advantage portal.

The contract facilitates the provision of the MixMode Platform, which supports real-time threat detection and response across various environments, such as network, cloud, and identity systems.

Federal agencies can find MixMode’s full range of solutions by visiting the GSA Advantage website, and searching for product number G-250-MBPS.

The GSA Advantage program is designed to simplify the buying process for government entities, making MixMode’s suite of solutions more accessible to them.

[Image courtesy: MixMode]

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