Leading cyber security & risk specialists Nettitude have launched a brand-new cyber security event management service called Threat2Alert (www.threat2alert.com).
Threat2Alert is a cyber security platform, powered by Gartner magic quadrant vendor LogRhythm. The platform reviews events and alerts generated by the devices within a company’s environment. It has been designed and developed, to alleviate the need for organisations to invest in expensive on premise SIEM solutions. It will also help reduce the need to invest in dedicated personnel.
Nettitude’s Incident Response (IR) service has evolved significantly in 2014, with the introduction of ‘Threat2Alert’ and the awarded membership to CREST’s new CSIR scheme.
The CREST accredited incident response team operate across Nettitude’s EMEA and North American operations, to leverage the Threat2Alert system. The IR specialists help identify breaches, malicious attacks and unauthorized access in a proactive manner. This can assist customers in containing and eradicating these incidents before they become a wide spread problem.
Andy Collins, Head of IR, Nettitude commented: “Nettitude’s decision to launch Threat2Alert comes after we identified the need for a scalable managed SIEM service within the market.”
“Our clients were telling us time and time again that they wanted a service which combined all the tried and tested functionality of LogRhythm, but was managed and delivered by the trusted expertise of Nettitude’s cyber specialist consultants”, added Collins.
Stuart Quinsey, Director, Business Development & Channels – EMEA, LogRhythm added: “Having worked closely with Nettitude in recent years, the launch of their Threat2Alert managed SIEM capability only enhances their already comprehensive market offering.
“Many customers now accept that point solutions are no longer enough to tackle today’s complex threat landscape; instead increased control and visibility is the key to dramatically reducing risk and exposure. This has resulted in a clear shift as businesses are increasingly looking to partner with specialists, such as Nettitude, for the most critical aspects of their cyber threat mitigation strategies”, Quinsey concluded.
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