Alexander Phillips, Managing Director of Northamber
British AV & IT Solutions distributor Northamber and top-tiered Endpoint Security solution provider ReaQta have announced they are entering into a new partnership. This partnership will enable Northamber to strengthen the security posture of their Enterprise and SME customers through ReaQta’s flagship product – AI-powered Endpoint Security Platform ReaQta-Hive – and Managed Endpoint Service, ReaQta-MDR to secure and future-proof enterprises from breaches.
With emerging threats being carried out by skilled cyber attackers who are adept at locating weaknesses, organisations must invest in robust cybersecurity action plans, or risk hefty losses like financial loss, reputational damages, and even regulatory fines caused by breaches and data exfiltration.
ReaQta-MDR, a continuous 24/7 Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service, halts even the most sophisticated zero-day threats, regardless of time zone and hour. Delivered by ReaQta’s team of cyber experts, organisations can leverage on a SOC team that is trained and certified in endpoint threat monitoring and real-time incident remediation, at a fraction of the cost.
“Northamber Solutions introduces partners to disruptive technologies from innovative vendors”, said Alexander Phillips, Managing Director of Northamber. “ReaQta gives our resellers a real differentiator in the EDR & MDR space, whilst offering their customers the highest levels of protection.”
“ReaQta-MDR is a game changer for both organisations with lean security teams and those that are still growing their cybersecurity skills. Working side by side, experts in offensive and defensive operations can help to level the field and ensure that incidents are handled and responded to efficiently, containing the risk of worst-case scenarios while reducing costs at the same time. We are delighted to partner with Northamber and we look forward to offering the best-in-class incident management approach together to tackle today’s attackers”, said Alberto Pelliccione, CEO of ReaQta.