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SmarTone unveils new cybersecurity solutions for enterprises

Smartone has unveiled new measures to enhance cybersecurity and help enterprises detect and prevent potential cyber threats.

The telecommunications company has assembled a team of cybersecurity experts to provide strategic advice to business organisations wishing to adopt effective cybersecurity practices. It also offers comprehensive threat risk assessment, third-party risk assessment, and incident response planning.

“While technology brings enterprises new business opportunities and improved convenience, the rapid increase in connected devices creates more exposure to cyber threats. To embrace the full potential of today’s emerging digital economy, intelligent cybersecurity solutions are vital,” said Anna Yip, CEO of SmarTone.

SmarTone has also partnered with US-based cybersecurity company Cybereason to help clients automate protection, detection, and response for both known and unknown threats by using the company’s award-winning Smart Endpoint Detection and Response (Smart EDR) software system.

Another partnership with cybersecurity automation firm ZecOps has empowered SmarTone to perform advanced threat hunting and forensic analysis, shortening the response time needed for handling incidents by automating root cause analysis and mitigation of advanced persistent threat (APT) for endpoints.

Last but not least, security company KnowBe4 will offer security awareness training to SmarTone’s staff,  combined with simulated phishing email attack drills to help business organisations maintain a “human firewall” and manage the IT security problems of social engineering, spear phishing, and ransomware attacks.

“We continue our leadership by collaborating with industry-renowned partners to offer world-class Cybersecurity Solutions to the business markets. By adding this cybersecurity practice to our enterprise solutions arm, SmarTone Solutions, we affirm our commitment to offering enterprise solutions to a wide spectrum of industries,” concluded Yip.

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