Aptum Partners With Alert Logic And Delivers Managed Detection & Response Solution To Customers

Aptum, a global hybrid cloud and managed services provider, today announced its partnership with Alert Logic to deliver the market-defining Alert Logic managed detection and response (MDR) solution to Aptum’s global customers. With this partnership, Aptum becomes the first partner to offer Alert Logic’s MDR solution in Canada.

Managed detection and response providers enable proactive detection capabilities that allow organizations to quickly identify cyber threats, and deliver higher levels of support with remediation and response guidance. Alert Logic provides managed detection and response capabilities to help businesses extend understaffed security teams through a unique combination of award-winning technology platform, continuous threat research and analytics, and round-the-clock security experts.

Alert Logic is the industry’s first SaaS-enabled managed detection and response (MDR) provider, delivering unrivaled security value. Since no level of investment prevents or blocks 100% of attacks, you need to continuously identify and address breaches or gaps before they cause real damage. With limited budget and expertise, this level of security can seem out of reach. Alert Logic’s purpose-built technology and team of MDR security experts protect your organization and empower you to resolve whatever threats may come. Founded in 2002, Alert Logic is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Austin, Cardiff, London, and Cali, Colombia, and online at alertlogic.com.

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