ColorTokens, a Zero Trust cybersecurity platform company, today announced a new partnership with Expedient, the leading Full-Stack Cloud Service Provider (CSP). The partnership will deliver ColorTokens’ powerful micro-segmentation security capabilities as an integral element of the Expedient Security CTRL Suite.
“We are honored that Expedient chose to partner with us after evaluating alternative options,” said Vats Srivatsan, President and Chief Operating Officer at ColorTokens. “Expedient customers can now access ColorTokens’ award-winning, machine learning-powered, Zero Trust approach to a) gain complete visibility of their network, b) significantly reduce their attack surface with micro-segmentation, c) and limit the blast radius in the event of a cyberattack. Both companies are deeply committed to a joint go-to-market strategy.”
With the addition of ColorTokens to Expedient’s Security CTRL Suite, Expedient clients gain access to a fully integrated, world-class security stack supporting multi-cloud environments. Expedient Security CTRL delivers unified management and visibility to all security policies, across workloads and applications — regardless of multi-cloud platform or on-premises. The result is in improved protection, detection, and response capabilities, helping lower overall operating costs.
“At Expedient, we offer complete, tailored security solutions to enterprises large and small,” said Anthony Jackman, Director of Solutions and Chief Technologist at Expedient. “Adding ColorTokens micro-segmentation and Zero Trust capabilities is a critical extension of our security offering.
Customers can immediately benefit from the ability to visualize and segment their applications in any environment, and later move those applications without needing to adjust their security policies. This saves an incredible amount of time and effort when moving from an on-prem data center to any cloud. Together, we simplify moving to the cloud while adhering to the highest security standards.”
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