CI Security to Protect and Defend SBS Security’s Customers

CI Security

CI Security® is now working with SBS Security to protect and defend customers from cyber-attacks. The combined offering will help customers evolve every part of their security program, from 24×7 threat investigation to scheduled assessments of the program and technical testing of networks and systems. CI Security offers a suite of services that allow organizations to get critical insight into what’s threatening their network environments.

Teaming up with CI Security allows SBS Security to offer the type of security only large companies have been able to afford. Critical Insight Managed Detection and Response (MDR) gives small and medium companies a 24x7x365 security operations center staffed by real people doing thorough investigations to catch attacks. While the average amount of time a criminal is inside a network is more than 200 days, SBS Security’s customers will now be able to stop attacks in less than 2 hours with Critical Insight™ MDR.

“This newly formed relationship with CI Security allows us to provide customers nationally and internationally with the capabilities to effectively tackle emerging cyber risks and threats and continuously improve our customers’ security posture,” said Greg Curlee at SBS Security.

“By combining great technology with real human experts, we deliver a complete suite of solutions that equips SBS customers with the tools to safeguard themselves from cyberthreats,” said Garrett Silver, Chief Executive Officer at CI Security. “We’re excited about the opportunity to support SBS’s efforts in expanding its product portfolio by offering new services that meet customers’ increasing security needs.”

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SBS Security and CI Security offer a menu of customizable offerings including:

  • Critical Insight MDR
  • Vulnerability Scans
  • Penetration and Technical Tests
  • Security Assessments
  • Compliance Audits
  • Incident Response
  • vCISO Engagements
  • Log Retention and Interpretation