VirtualArmour to integrate services with AT&AT Cybersecurity in new agreement

VirtualArmour International, a global cybersecurity and managed services provider, has joined the AT&AT Cybersecurity partner program.

AT&AT develops a selection of commercial and open source solutions for threat intelligence, collaborative defence, and customisable protections. One of the offerings from the company is the AT&AT Unified Security platform which gives 7,000 customers threat detection, incident response and compliance management tools.

The technology, which is used by finance, federal and retail clients, helps companies to see where their vulnerabilities are and automate their protection needs.

Compliance teams can also make use of the technology, meeting requirements for regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, ISO 27001, PCI DSS and SOC 2. To help compliance the Unified Security Management platform automates the log collection, analysis, and event correlation into a single console.

Through this new alliance, the Unified Security Platform will integrate with VirtualArmour’s CloudCastr cloud portal. CloudCastr is a holistic online dashboard, reporting on the threat levels, breach prevention and overall network security.

Integrating the two services will enhance the capabilities with near real-time network asset discovery, endpoint detection and response, and behavioural and cloud productivity monitoring, compliance reporting, and others.

In addition, VirtualArmour will be given training for the Unified Services Platform to ensure customers have the full benefits of the solution.

VirtualArmour CTO Andrew Douthwaite said, “The integration of our platforms will further simplify and centralize threat management across our new and existing customers’ cloud and on-premise environments. Through this alliance, we also see a tremendous cross-selling opportunity to bring a unique combination of capability and value to our respective clients.”

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