The joint offering recognises a growing trend in cyber security thinking; companies are better protected when they co-operate. ITC uses IronNet’s world-leading IronDefense Network Traffic Analysis platform, featuring the industry’s first and only real-time IronDome Collective Defence system. The new managed service will be delivered and managed by ITC’s SOC and is already operating, providing customers with enhanced collective defence 24x7x365. The new service complements and enhances the value of ITC’s other MSSP offerings which include SIEM, vulnerability intelligence, EDR, incident response and more.
Today, detecting threats in a network is only the first step in defence. Sharing and benefitting from that intelligence at network speed enables companies, sectors, economies and even nations to defend themselves collectively, and repel more attacks and defeat more attackers, more quickly.
The partnership reflects IronNet’s global expansion and brings collective defence and information sharing technology to the United Kingdom for the first time.
Arno Robbertse, Chief Executive of ITC Secure said “This is a fantastic addition to our portfolio of managed cyber security services. It’s a pleasure and privilege to bring IronNet to the UK, and working with General Keith and his team has been tremendous. Companies like ours have talked for years of strength in depth, now we have gone further than that and can offer collective defence. It’s a step change, and in perfect synergy with our world class SOC.”
“ITC is a critical partner with the right skills and personnel to help companies reap the benefits of Collective Defense,” said General (Ret.) Keith B. Alexander, IronNet Chairman and Co-CEO, former Director of the U.S. National Security Agency and Founding Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command. “The joint offering will empower companies to proactively defend against sophisticated cyber threats and achieve defensive economies of scale that will maximize the value of their existing cyber security investments.