InfoVision Co-Founder and President Sean Yalamanchi [Photo: InfoVision]
Richardson-based global digital transformation and solutions company InfoVision Inc. announced it partnered with California-based Qualys, a provider of cloud-based IT, security, and compliance solutions, to bring the power of the Qualys Cloud Platform to InfoVision customers.
“Managed security systems are critical for addressing the vulnerability challenges that businesses face due to the increased adoption of cloud, application modernization, industrial internet of things, and data proliferation,” InfoVision President Sean Yalamanchi said in a statement. “Through this strategic partnership with Qualys, we aim to build cutting-edge cloud-based IT security and solutions that will provide comprehensive security cover to our customers.”
InfoVision said that the new Managed Security Services vertical will be supported by such Qualys solutions as Vulnerability Management, Detection and Response (VMDR), Cybersecurity Asset Management (CSAM), and Patch Management.
An end-to-end security solution
InfoVision said its customers will have access to the Qualys Cloud Platform that offers continuous assessment of global IT, security, and compliance posture, plus 2-second visibility across all IT assets.
Because of its automated, built-in threat prioritization, patching and other response capabilities, it provides a complete end-to-end security solution, InfoVision said.
“We are pleased to work with InfoVision to bring our game-changing cybersecurity risk management capabilities to its customers,” Suzanne Swanson, senior vice president of Global Partners at Qualys, said in a statement. “This alliance will streamline security and compliance solution stacks, provide increased visibility and, ultimately, ensure that InfoVision can deliver the cybersecurity technology essential for a digitally trusted environment.”
Last year, InfoVision announced plans to hire 2,000 new employees around the world to support its rapid growth.
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