CSC, Trend Micro Enter Global Cyber Intell Partnership; Samuel Visner Comments

CyberAttack (1) EbizComputer Sciences Corp. and Trend Micro Inc. have forged an alliance that will provide global customers an intelligence technology that works to protect enterprise data and computer systems.

CSC has also joined a Trend Micro program designed for cloud service providers whose offerings have been deemed compatible with Trend Micro’s security product, Trend Micro said Tuesday.

Samuel Visner, CSC vice president and general manager for cybersecurity, said the combined portfolio seeks to help government and commercial organizations safeguard critical networks.

“We understand that networks are under constant siege from advanced attacks and, through partnerships like this, we are prepared to combat current challenges as well as future vulnerabilities,” said Partha Panda, vice president of U.S. channel sales at Trend Micro.

Trend Micro’s Smart Protection Network platform works to produce real-time threat information which users can use to respond to sophisticated cyber threats.

CSC will utilize the cloud-based technology to detect and mitigate attacks on its internal and customer’s infrastructure, Trend Micro says.

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