SecurityHQ Announces New Partnership with Pylones Hellas
July 2023 by Marc Jacob
SecurityHQ announced its strategic collaboration with Pylones Hellas, a leading provider of digital technologies and internet security with over 25 years’ experience in Greece, Cyprus and the wider Southeaster Europe region.
SecurityHQ serves customers, including major telecommunications companies, banks, airlines, and public organizations worldwide. It is a trusted partner in detecting and responding to cyber threats that may arise within an organization and holds over 20 years of experience in computer security. SecurityHQ is one of the few companies globally that offers a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for its rapid and uninterrupted response, providing assurance to those who rely on its wide range of services. Its solutions are designed and tailored to address even the most demanding challenges in the industry, supported by a team of 400+ certified security engineers and analysts operating from its 6 data centers worldwide.
Through this collaboration, Pylones Hellas brings the following services to its clients in the Greek and Cypriot market, among others:
• Managed Detection and Response (MDR)
• Security Operation Center as a Service (SOCaaS)
• Vulnerability Management as a Service (VMaaS)
• Penetration Testing (PT)
With MDR, organizations gain complete visibility into their digital environment, proactively improving the security of their systems. Threats are swiftly identified and addressed, safeguarding the organization’s systems and data.
Furthermore, with SOCaaS, 24/7 monitoring and detection of suspicious and real cyber incidents is provided by a specialized team that evaluates and recommends appropriate response scenarios.
Vulnerability Management as a Service (VMaaS) is another service offered by Pylones Hellas in partnership with SecurityHQ. It prioritizes vulnerabilities, notifies critical patches, and provides continuous reporting and management of security upgrades.
Lastly, organizations can seek and identify vulnerabilities in their networks, simulating real-world attacks through Penetration Testing conducted by SecurityHQ in a controlled environment, without compromising uninterrupted business operations.