Cisco and Thales have launched a trusted cybersecurity solution to detect and counter cyberattacks more effectively. This innovative solution draws on the partners' combined expertise to help National Infrastructure operators to better protect their information systems from cyber threats.
Three months after signing a strategic partnership agreement, Cisco and Thales now propose an innovative Trusted Anti-Malware Solution that ensures more effective threat detection and simpler analysis of security incidents for faster attack remediation. The solution combines the products and expertise of Cisco and Thales to address the growing security needs of National Infrastructure operators and guarantee the sovereignty of their information management and protection measures. Marketed by Thales, the joint, integrated offering is built on three pillars:
- Cisco solutions and cybersecurity information hosted on Thales's IT infrastructure
- Design of trusted IT architectures combining Cisco and Thales products and expertise, and development of security and data protection solutions for operators, all certified by Thales
- Creation of a sovereign cyberthreat intelligence platform capable of proactively informing detection probes as cyberattacks evolve
Recognizing that each company and each organization has its own cybersecurity needs, the partners have built a modular offering based on a core counter-attack solution. The core solution is supported by a range of services delivered through Thales's global network of Cyber Security Operations Centers (CSOC), including the center in Elancourt, France.
Implementing the Trusted Anti-Malware Solution is the first step in an effective response to a constantly changing threat environment as organizations begin to embrace a Security as a Service model that can leverage threat information from all sources to offer a real-time detection capability.
Robert Vassoyan, President of Cisco France, said: “Our alliance with Thales offers organizations a new perspective on how they respond to the challenges of digital transformation. By working together, we have developed a trusted cybersecurity solution that fully leverages Cisco’s expertise in cyberthreat detection and analysis.”
Marc Darmon, Executive Vice President, Secure Communication and Information Systems, Thales, added: “Thales and Cisco have worked hand-in-hand to develop a completely new solution. We guarantee the sovereignty of cybersecurity systems based on Thales-certified security architectures, and now propose a joint offering that combines the best of both companies' capabilities.”
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Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets. With 62,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €14 billion in 2015. With over 22,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its exceptional international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world.
Positioned as a value-added systems integrator, equipment supplier and service provider, Thales is one of Europe’s leading players in the security market. The Group’s security teams work with government agencies, local authorities and enterprise customers to develop and deploy integrated, resilient solutions to protect citizens, sensitive data and critical infrastructure.
With a value proposition addressing the entire data security chain, Thales offers a comprehensive range of services and solutions ranging from security consulting, data protection, digital trust management and design, development, integration, certification and security maintenance of cybersecured systems, to cyberthreat management, intrusion detection and security supervision through cybersecurity Operation Centers in France, the United Kingdom and The Netherlands.