Netskope Joins Deloitte’s MXDR Platform

Netskope has announced that its existing strategic alliance with Deloitte has expanded with the addition of Netskope to the Managed Extended Detection and Response (MXDR) by Deloitte platform.

The new Netskope module on MXDR by Deloitte will include advanced cloud threat protection capabilities to help clients improve protection against malware and ransomware as well as intelligence enrichment for zero-day detection and response.

For the second year in a row, Netskope was recognised as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SSE with the highest Ability to Execute and furthest in Completeness of Vision.

MXDR by Deloitte offers customers a fully managed cybersecurity solution designed to help protect an organisation’s entire extended enterprise from internal and external cyber threats by operating 24x7x365 cyber threat hunting, detection, response, and remediation capabilities.

“As the threat landscape continues to rapidly evolve, we want to offer our existing and future client’s access to an expanding portfolio of advanced threat protection capabilities,” said Criss Bradbury, a Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory Principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP. “We’re excited to expand our alliance with Netskope and our offerings via the MXDR by Deloitte platform, helping our clients to build a more proactive defensive posture in their cyber programmes — from strategy to deployment to ongoing optimisation.”

“Our collaboration with Deloitte helps to deliver cybersecurity protections to meet today’s digital transformation requirements — including protecting sensitive data in generative AI-based SaaS applications,” said Dave Rogers, SVP Global Alliances and Channel Sales, Netskope. “We’re excited to join the list of major cloud, cyber and other organisations that comprise the MXDR by Deloitte platform.”

This news is the latest announcement of Netskope relationships with leading service providers, system integrators, technology partners, distributors, and resellers worldwide.

 

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