ACT to partner with cybersecurity firm
Bermudian technology company ACT has announced a joint partnership with cybersecurity firm Integrity360.
In a statement, ACT said: “As the cost of data breaches to enterprises around the world continues to rise, strategic partnerships within the technology sector aim to prevent security incidents and improve response time to breaches, thus reducing the impact.
“The partnership with Integrity360 will allow ACT to enhance its integrated threat defence solutions.
“Incidents that take longer than 30 days to contain cost millions more than those contained within 30 days.”
ACT said the joint partnership with Dublin-headquartered Integrity360 will provide the Bermuda market with specialist IT security services and technologies.
The company plans to leverage Integrity360’s expertise to secure the IT environment for customers and help them to ensure adequate protections are always in place.
The companies will be holding joint meetings with customers today and tomorrow to speak about the partnership.
David Bart, chief executive officer of ACT, said: “We are very excited at the opportunities that lie ahead as part of our partnership with Integrity360.
“Working with a best-in-breed security organisation will ensure that we are able to provide our customers with end-to-end solutions that will ultimately minimise the overall risks to their respective network environments.”
While Eoin Goulding, CEO of Integrity360, said: “We’re looking forward to working with ACT to help their customers address the challenges faced in managing emerging cybersecurity threats and to promote cybersecurity as an enabler to their customers.”
Customers who would like to take part in any of the joint meetings with ACT and Integrity360 today or tomorrow should contact ACT at firstname.lastname@example.org or 295-1616.
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