VirtualArmour Joins AT&T Network

- July 8th, 2019

VirtualArmour (CSE:VAI), cybersecurity company announced that it has become part of the AT&T (NYSE:T) Cybersecurity Partner Program. Through this partnership, VirtualArmour will integrate AT&T’s AlienVault platform into its security dashboard, heightening endpoint detection and a number of security attributes. As quoted in the press release: “We found AlienVault USM to offer the most comprehensive platform … Continued

VirtualArmour (CSE:VAI), cybersecurity company announced that it has become part of the AT&T (NYSE:T) Cybersecurity Partner Program. Through this partnership, VirtualArmour will integrate AT&T’s AlienVault platform into its security dashboard, heightening endpoint detection and a number of security attributes.

As quoted in the press release:

“We found AlienVault USM to offer the most comprehensive platform for cybersecurity threat monitoring, intelligence and response,” said Andrew Douthwaite, CTO of VirtualArmour. “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.”

Mike LaPeters, vice president of Global Channel Sales at AT&T Cybersecurity, commented: “Combined with VirtualArmour’s cybersecurity expertise and around-the-clock surveillance, our technology can provide companies of all sizes a comprehensive security solution at a highly-competitive price point, and especially for those with limited security staff and IT budgets. VirtualArmour will be able to utilize our security and threat intelligence platform to help to significantly improve their customers’ security posture.”

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