Even with security technology in place, companies know that it is not possible to prevent all cyberattacks. At any rate, however, the damages caused by attacks can be greatly mitigated with quick and decisive action in response to threats. The answer is to use a cybersecurity solution capable of monitoring, uninterruptedly, all applications in order to block known malware and detect other advanced and unknown malware.
With this goal in mind, Panda Security is signing a strategic Cyber Alliance with Deloitte to cover clients in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America with global protection against advanced cyberthreats thanks to the Panda Adaptive Defense suite.
For further details of the Cyber Alliance, you can download the brochure here.
An alliance in the name of cybersecurity
This alliance between Panda Security and Deloitte will create an integrated security ecosystem that will maximize clients’ investment in their cybersecurity infrastructure. Deloitte’s offices in Spain will use the smart technology of Panda Adaptive Defense on 8,000 endpoints.
Traditional security solutions, while effective in protecting against known malware, are not capable of dealing with attacks where non-malicious tools and other advanced techniques are used. Only a solution like Adaptive Defense, which combines EDR (Endpoint Detection & Response) technology with monitoring and categorization of 100% of running processes, lowers the possibility of being attacked by advanced malware to zero.
“The agreement between Panda Security and Deloitte will provide our clients with the perfect combination of cybersecurity solutions and services to keep them protected from the rise of advanced cyberthreats,” said Juan Santamaría, General Manager of Panda Security, in a statement. “This cooperation will allow Deloitte’s most advanced security services to benefit from the smart cybersecurity technologies of Panda Security.”
With this agreement, Deloitte has gone one step further to become the leading global provider of advanced cybersecurity services for corporations. The collaboration allows the firm, which already has a team of over 1,200 IT security professionals in 20 EMEA countries, to combine functional business knowledge with a managed cybersecurity service like Adaptive Defense. Thanks to machine learning, Deloitte and its customers will be able to reduce to zero their possibility of becoming victims of a cyberthreat.
“This collaboration highlights the central role that these two companies play in the cybersecurity market, and specifically in the protection of digital infrastructures and the corporate network,” according to César Martin, Managing Partner in charge of Cyber Risk Advisory at Deloitte. “It will offer efficient protection against known and unknown threats to all clients in the Deloitte network and the EMEA region.”
The market, independent analysts, and customers already attest to the evolution from a traditional security model to the contextual intelligence offered by Panda Security. Deloitte, the leading cybersecurity consultancy, will provide advanced cybersecurity solutions to the corporate market with Panda bringing intelligent endpoint security technology to the table.