Data Center Services Provider 365 Data Centers Launches Cyber Security Solutions
February 24, 2019
Data center services provider 365 Data Centers has announced the launch of new cyber security solutions. 365 Data Centers, which has global headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States, is a “leading provider of hybrid data center solutions in ten strategic edge markets”. The company operates ten HIPAA, PCI DSS 3.0, VISA, SSAE 16, SOC 2, and ISAE 3402-certified data centers across the United States and combined they offer 195,000 square feet of floor space and 13 megawatts of power. Its suite of services includes colocation, network, and IP services alongside Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), cloud storage and compute services, and business continuity options. 365 Data Centers was in the news in 2017 for acquiring hybrid data center and cloud services provider Host.net. Its new cyber security solutions have been added to the company’s core service offerings.
365 Data Centers’ new solutions “provide full-service managed SIEM and security operations solutions” and are a consequence of its recent partnership with New York-based consulting and IT infrastructure solutions provider Tel-Networks. The services also leverage technology from a number of key cyber security providers, including Arctic Wolf, Cisco, Cybraics, CYBRIC, Exabeam, Forcepoint, and HelpSystems, amongst others. The services enable businesses to “consolidate and simplify the cost of acquiring, deploying and supporting critical cyber security management functions” while ensuring an immediate response to security issues.
“365 Data Centers is excited to form a partnership with Tel-Networks,” explained the company’s SVP of Sales and Marketing, Tony Franchi. “This allows 365 to provide our customers with best-of-breed, cutting-edge cyber security technology from a proven provider that works with some of the largest enterprise customers in the world.”
“We’re proud to partner with 365 Data Centers to provide enterprises with next generation cyber security services and incident response,” added Tel-Networks’ President, Michael Branca. “We are looking forward to assisting 365 clients with embedding cyber security into their digital transformation framework.”
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