Orange Cyberdefense, a European leader in cybersecurity services, has announced it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions to better defend against a world of increasing threats.
This collaboration makes it even simpler for customers to better monitor their cloud and hybrid environments and stop threats before they cause damage. Thanks to Orange Cyberdefense’s Managed Threat Detection service based on Microsoft Sentinel and complemented with an intelligence-led approach, organizations gain enhanced visibility into their enterprise. This allows them to minimize the risk of compromise.
Orange Cyberdefense’s unique threat intelligence with over 500 private and public sources goes beyond Indicators of Compromise, with aggregated data and insights from global operations, ethical hacking and digital risk monitoring teams.Organizations will benefit from reduced pressure from increasingly sophisticated attacks and rising volumes of alerts, allowing them to invest scarce resources where they will have the most impact.
“We are very proud to join MISA and work with Microsoft and key players in the cybersecurity ecosystem. Organizations will benefit from shared threat intelligence, enhanced proactive protection and faster response. Orange Cyberdefense’s intelligence-led security approach and extensive operations footprint enables us to help protect our customers effectively, wherever they are. Our collaboration with Microsoft furthers our mission to build a safer digital society.”Laurent Célérier, Executive Vice-President Technology & Marketing, Orange Cyberdefense
“I am pleased to have Orange Cyberdefense join us as a partner in the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA). By including our strategic Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs) in MISA, we help enable further collaboration between cybersecurity industry leaders in protecting and supporting our joint customers.”Parri Munsell, Managing Director, Security Partner Marketing, Microsoft