World Wide Technology, Cybereason to Jointly Offer Automated Cybersecurity

World Wide Technology, Cybereason to Jointly Offer Automated Cybersecurity

World Wide Technology has partnered with Cybereason to jointly offer automated security to customers of both firms.

The partnership will combine big data analytics, data sources, business context and machine learning to help joint customers mitigate and defend against cyber threats, Cybereason said Monday.

WWT will offer its Advanced Technology Center under the partnership to provide a collaborative environment where customers can mature cybersecurity systems. Customers may access the center physical or remotely via a mobile app.

Cybereason will provide engineering, laboratory and developer assets to support custom integrations.

Joe O’Donnell, vice president of Cybereason’s Americas channels, said the two firms will work to simplify security risk identification and help joint customers make decisions against cyber threats.

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