Solutionary Partners Wth Microsoft To Deliver Enhanced Security Vulnerability ProtectionsSolutionary Partners Wth Microsoft To Deliver Enhanced Security Vulnerability Protections
Joins the Microsoft Active Protections Program
August 11, 2010
OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Solutionary, an information security company that delivers managed security solutions and professional services, today announced that it has been chosen to join the Microsoft Active Protections Program.
Solutionary's MAPP collaboration provides vulnerability information in advance of Microsoft's monthly security update release. The relationship will make it possible to anticipate emerging threats and provide mutual customers with maximum protections.
"Based on our years of experience providing managed security and compliance services to organizations of all sizes, protecting all layers and components of the IT infrastructure, Solutionary has excellent visibility into security threats as they are emerging," said Don Gray, Solutionary's chief security strategist. "MAPP's valuable insight, infused with our experience and solutions, enables our SERT (Security Engineering and Research Team) to act quickly and create efficient countermeasures. The partnership with Microsoft will further enhance our current SERT efforts and provide our clients with maximum security intelligence and protection against both internal and external Microsoft-targeted threats."
"There's more to the MSRC than security updates - we're working to protect customers from emerging threats" said Mark Miller, director of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing product management. "The Microsoft Active Protections Program is one example of how Microsoft is continuing to work with partners to help better protect our mutual customers and deliver some of the world's best security response."
About Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP)
The Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP) is a new program from the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) that provides vulnerability information to security software providers in advance of Microsoft's monthly security update release. By receiving vulnerability information earlier, security software providers can give customers potential improvements to security protection features, such as third-party intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, or security software signatures.
Solutionary is an information security company that delivers a wide range of managed security solutions and professional services to reduce risk, increase security and ensure compliance for medium-to-large businesses.
The company's services are based on next generation security intelligence and offer true security and compliance management. Solutionary provides customers with advanced service delivery, patented technology, thought leadership, years of innovative groundwork and proprietary certifications that exceed industry standards, enabling the company to have one of the highest client retention rates in the industry.
Solutionary is positioned by leading analysts as an industry "visionary" in their category. The company provides 24/7 services to clients through two security operations centers (SOCs) in the Americas, and eight SOCs in EMEA and AsiaPac with strategic partners.
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