Datacentrix and Cybereason change the security game

January 23, 2020 • Security

Datacentrix, a secure ICT solutions provider, has joined Game Changers, the newest partner tier announced recently by Cybereason, creators of the Cyber Defense Platform, as a level for its most strategic partners. The partnership will see Datacentrix incorporating Cybereason technology into its next-generation Security Operations Centre (SOC), which monitors and defends joint customers’ ICT environments in real-time against any potential security threats.

“The addition of Cybereason’s flagship Cyber Defense Platform to our SOC offering will include endpoint detection and response (EDR), next-generation antivirus (NGAV), threat intelligence and active monitoring services. We are pleased to partner with Cybereason as a company that is taking a new approach to cybersecurity, helping us to provide added value to local customers in their fight against increasingly sophisticated cybersecurity risks and threats,” says Wayne Olsen, Datacentrix security business unit manager.

Datacentrix’ SOC technology is based on state-of-the-art Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) technologies that offer a powerful analytical platform used to simplify compliance, enhance security and risk mitigation on a 24x7x365 basis.

Furthermore, Datacentrix has become a Cybereason MDR-in-a-Box (Managed Detection and Response) partner, which focuses on the delivery of its new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) driven cybersecurity solutions. The MDR-in-a-Box programme is designed to help strategic partners increase market share through the delivery of new SaaS driven cybersecurity solutions. By leveraging the Cyber Defense Platform and programme approach, partners can fast track new, high-demand service offerings and provide their customers with a holistic managed solution that addresses their specific needs.

“Cybereason is thrilled to partner with Datacentrix and by powering their new, next-gen SOC, local analysts will see dramatic decreases in ‘false positive’ data analysis requirements. In addition, it provides enhanced time-to-detection and detection accuracy, as well as offering hunting and remote incidence response (IR) capabilities,” says Jacques van der Merwe, senior director at Cybereason.

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