FirstWave Cloud Technology, an Australian global cybersecurity technology company, is pleased to announce a landmark agreement with leading European cybersecurity company and Level 1 Partner, SHELT Global Ltd (SHELT) to launch FirstCloud CyberCision.
As part of the agreement, FirstWave and SHELT, have co-developed and integrated automated advanced detection and response (ADR) technology onto FirstWave's unique proprietary Cloud Content Security Platform (CCSP).
The new technology, branded FirstCloud CyberCision, is a powerful addition to FirstWave's email, web, firewall and endpoint protection solutions for SMBs.
"SHELT has a strong foothold in the European, Middle Eastern and African markets, and we are confident that the addition of ADR will further enhance the attractiveness of FirstWave's product for our customers."
The ADR technology underpinning FirstCloud CyberCision analyses all perimeter cyber security events, automatically detecting targeted threats and orchestrating a response in real-time without human intervention. Through FirstWave's CCSP, it is accessible to SMBs for the first time, in line with FirstWave's mission to democratise enterprise-grade cybersecurity-as-a-service.
FirstWave Chief Executive Officer, Neil Pollock, said: "This technology partnership will be a game changer for SMBs, that simply cannot afford to implement or manage ADR technology. It materially enhances the integrated perimeter cybersecurity offering available to end customers through our CCSP and will be a significant differentiator for FirstWave's partners."
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