Balbix, provider of the world’s leading platform for cybersecurity posture automation, today announced a new partnership with IT infrastructure services company, Microland. Microland will use Balbix’s cybersecurity posture automation solution as part of its managed security services to monitor organizations for security risks and manage the remediation of identified issues.
Most security teams today can use an extra set of hands to defend their organizations. Recent trends like cloud adoption, work from home, and the proliferation of IoT devices and operational technology have led to organizations having an exploding attack surface to defend. The task has been compounded by the rise of increasingly sophisticated attackers, faster breach times, and increased impact of breaches due to the widespread digitization of business assets.
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“Microland’s expertise in helping companies succeed in their digital transformation, its experience implementing automated solutions, and its global presence were key to our decision to form a partnership,” said Balbix CEO, Gaurav Banga. “This partnership is an important step for Balbix as we continue to provide our customers new ways to access cybersecurity posture automation.”
Microland will leverage its existing global IT infrastructure in the Americas, EU, MENA, and Asia-Pacific regions to deliver Balbix’s cloud-based cybersecurity posture automation solution as a managed service. The partnership will allow security teams to add advanced analytics to better utilize their existing IT and security investments to reduce their attack surface and confidently give their leadership visibility into their organization’s security posture.
“The partnership with Balbix enhances our enterprise vulnerability management services by enabling Microland to provide our clients with attack surface visibility and automated risk posture analysis,” said Vasudev Surabhi, Director & Client Solutions Leader – Cybersecurity, Microland.
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