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​Kordia takes on Managed Security Service Provider mantle following AlienVault deal

​Kordia takes on Managed Security Service Provider mantle following AlienVault deal

Telco to integrate AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) platform.

Kordia is now a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) with the recent commissioning of its AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) platform.

Terms of the deal will see AlienVault’s all-in-one USM platform enable Kordia to deploy and monitor customer environments with asset discovery, vulnerability assessment, behavioural monitoring, threat detection and security intelligence.

“Kordia already provides a range of market leading managed network security products to our customers,” says Aaron Olphert, CTO, Kordia.

“Adding AlienVault to our security arsenal substantially enhances our value proposition for the mid-market. Working with AlienVault enables us to deliver what our customers want - bulletproof security information security - with ease of management and control.”

Operating as a privately held company headquartered in Silicon Valley, AlienVault is backed by a stronghold of global firms, including Trident Capital, Institutional Venture Partners, GGV Capital, Intel Capital and Correlation Ventures among many.

“Our technology combined with Kordia’s expertise provides companies of all sizes with limited security staff and IT budgets a complete security solution at a competitive price point,” adds Mike LaPeters, VP, Worldwide Channel Sales, AlienVault.

“Kordia can now leverage AlienVault’s proven security and threat intelligence platform to help their customers reduce the time to detect and respond to today’s advanced threats.”


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