Emitac Enterprise Solutions teams up with Simarks on security
Partnership aimed at providing ‘advanced infrastructure services’
Emitac Enterprise Solutions has announced a partnership with Simarks Software, a cybersecurity company focused on zero-day attacks and advanced threats.
Through the partnership, EES will "leverage Simarks' technology to identify and resolve problems often before they impact the delivery of services and ensure customers' IT systems are secure, reliable and available, around the clock", according to a statement from Emitac.
"Through this expanded partnership with Simarks, EES will be able to provide comprehensive security solutions to customers that help minimise risks by striking down various kinds of threats including zero-day threats, advanced threats, cyber threats and any form of malware that makes use of granted privileges to get unrestricted access to company-wide assets," the statement said.
Emitac and Simarks will concentrate their efforts on Microsoft infrastructures and work to mitigate the risks posed to networks through the compromise of privileged accounts. The duo claims that together they can enable organisations to "focus on reducing up to 98% of their security risk exposure".
"Organisations want a partner who can help them go from ‘alert' to ‘fix' in minutes and scale service up or down as threats and needs evolve," said Madhav Reddy Kolli, head, Microsoft Business, EES. "They need a single vendor who can help simplify and streamline their infrastructure; one trusted resource who they can rely on for technology, expertise and technical support to forge a solid defence against cyber attackers. This partnership will meet and achieve all these requirements."
"New threats demand new technologies and new solutions that are capable of working in the new cybersecurity landscape, as business can't stop," said Jorge Sánchez, CEO, Simarks. "Emitac is a well-recognised brand and at Simarks we are confident [we can] leverage Emitac's expertise and brand presence to promote Simarks' cybersecurity technology throughout the region."