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BlueVoyant and Telstra joins to tacker cyber attacks

BlueVoyant is a cybersecurity company. It is announcing a partnership with Telstra. Telstra is an Australia telecommunications provider. This partnership is to launch Telstra Cyber Detection and Response. This is a 24/7 service which detects and responds to cyber attacks at the endpoint, in Australia and New Zealand.

This is a collaborative effort of bringing together Telstra’s Managed Security Services with BlueVoyant’s technology for the first time. The BlueVoyant platform is a cloud-based ingestion processing and analysis system. This gives clients access to world-class threat alerting, mitigation and resolution. Investment in delivering an integrated security service for Australian organizations were also made by Telstra. Milan Patel, Global Head of Managed Security Services at BlueVoyant, states that hybrid working coupled with the escalating frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks means that every laptop, tablet and mobile phone is a target for an endpoint attack. Working together with Telstra, their managed service means that their clients can immediately access and protect their organizations’ devices and data.

The new managed has the following key features such as, threat Detection, indicator Enrichment, endpoint response, threat hunt etc. the cybersecurity in the Australian market is currently highly fragmented and the businesses are struggling greatly. Telstra, Microsoft, and CrowdStrike are strongly positioned to provide consolidated, flexible, intelligent cybersecurity solutions to the SMB and Enterprise markets. BlueVoyant has extended its long-standing strategic partnership with Microsoft. This is to focus on accelerating the development and release of security-based solutions. These partnerships are underpinned by the increase in cloud adoption, combined with 5G. Matthew O’Brien, Cyber Security Executive, Product and Technology at Telstra, said that the recent research suggests that the majority of Australia’s top companies will continue to use remote and hybrid work models into the foreseeable future.

Managing the endpoint through advanced detection & response capabilities is critical. Telstra’s partnership with BlueVoyant demonstrates their continued commitment to securing Australian businesses. Evan Williams, Microsoft ANZ Business Group Director of Modern Work and Security, added that they are seeing this latest Cyber Detection and Response offering a significant step in their partnership. One of Telstra and Microsoft’s key values is Better Together, which is used here to deliver a unique cybersecurity solution in the Australian market.

Jim Rosenthal, CEO of BlueVoyant, concluded that they are delighted to be able to bring their end-to-end managed service into Telstra’s cybersecurity portfolio and extend their global footprint of unparalleled cybersecurity services into the Australian market. Their partnership is testament to the global demand for cybersecurity.

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