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Merlin International, a cybersecurity and IT solutions provider, has been awarded contracts in excess of $80 million in the third quarter of 2017, critical to bolstering the cybersecurity posture of government healthcare.
These solutions support a range of key cybersecurity initiatives including Governance, Risk and Compliance assessment, Electronic Health Record (EHR) database encryption, full network packet capture, enhanced network visibility and policy-based device control.
“Merlin is proud of the success and momentum we are building with these recent contract wins that underscore our end-to-end cybersecurity capabilities,” said David Phelps, Chairman and CEO of Merlin International. “Today we manage cybersecurity, from end points to networks, from governance to risk management frameworks, from encrypting data-at-rest and data-in-motion, to full packet capture. As government agencies protect and provide for U.S. citizens, Merlin supports them behind the scenes in every aspect of their healthcare cybersecurity initiatives.”
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