Sygnia, an elite cyber services and technology company which provides high-end consulting and incident response support for organizations worldwide, today announced a strategic partnership with LAC Co., Ltd, to enhance the incident response capabilities of LAC’s Cyber Emergency Center. The partnership will help LAC speed up their Cyber Emergency Center’s response services for security-related incidents by leveraging Sygnia’s world-class Velocity XDR technology, global incident response expertise, and ransomware negotiation capabilities.
As the cyber threat landscape becomes more complex and sophisticated, companies are increasingly vulnerable to state and non-state actors using advanced techniques and tools to compromise critical assets. In light of these challenges, companies affected by cyber-attacks often struggle to find reliable and responsive managed security service providers (MSSPs) to handle incident response and recovery. This can put their operations and business continuity at risk.
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LAC’s partnership with Sygnia will enhance the Cyber Emergency Center’s capabilities and technologies, allowing it to be equipped to provide effective incident response and recovery services to a growing number of clients, even in the face of the most advanced cyber threats.
“We are excited to partner with LAC, a well-respected name in the Japanese cybersecurity industry, to enhance their Cyber Emergency Center’s incident response capabilities,” said Ram Elboim, CEO of Sygnia. “Our global incident response expertise and advanced technology, combined with LAC’s experience, will provide existing and new clients with more efficient and impactful solutions when impacted by cyber-attacks.”
“Together with Sygnia’s world class team and technology, we are not just addressing the incident response challenges of today’s cyber threat landscape, we are proactively building the resilient infrastructure necessary to protect our customers’ critical assets and operations, now and in the future,” said Itsuro Nishimoto, President of LAC Co., Ltd.
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