ITC Secure joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association to tackle rapidly evolving cyber threats

ITC Secure 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 announcement follows the recent successes of ITC achieving Microsoft Gold Partner competencies for Security in May 2021 and Cloud Platform in November 2020.

Mark Weait, CRO, ITC Secure said “At ITC, we acknowledge the critical role that close collaboration and information sharing plays in driving business success. We are extremely proud to join MISA and work with other top experts across the community, share threat intelligence and enhance our solution offerings. Our collective global intelligence will enable us to continue to protect our customers and our customers’ customers.”

Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman, ITC Secure (US) said “We are thrilled to see ITC achieve industry recognition for excellence from Microsoft once again. We continue to mature our relationship with Microsoft and demonstrate commitment to its best-in-class technology.”

André Pienaar, Founder, C5 Capital added “This nomination to MISA further positions ITC in Microsoft’s partner ecosystem and as a global cyber security defender and leader in managed security services.”

Customers will benefit from ITC’s ecosystem of managed security services: including security information and event management (SIEM), powered by Microsoft Azure Sentinel and managed detection and response (MDR), powered by Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Providing scalable, cloud-native solutions, businesses will be more equipped to tackle today’s rapidly evolving cyber threats.

Mandana Javaheri, Director of Business Strategy, Microsoft Security Partner Development said “I am pleased to have ITC Secure 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 cyber security industry leaders in protecting and supporting our joint customers.”


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