Stamus Networks Expands Reach Through Ayscom Reseller Pact

Stamus Networks Expands Reach Through Ayscom Reseller Pact

By Greg Tavarez

As organizations strive to strengthen their cyber security posture, they need solutions that help them detect and respond to network security threats promptly. Open network detection and response, NDR, solutions do just that; they give organizations deep visibility into their network traffic, allowing them to identify suspicious activities and potential breaches in real-time.

This proactive approach not only helps in minimizing the dwell time of attackers within the network, but also aids in reducing the risk of data breaches and associated financial and reputational damage. Moreover, open NDR solutions provide flexibility and interoperability, enabling organizations to integrate them with their existing security infrastructure and adapt to evolving threat landscapes.

Stamus Network’s Stamus Security Platform, or SSP, an open NDR solution built on a Suricata foundation, combines the best capabilities of intrusion detection systems, network security monitoring and NDR. It uses multiple detection technologies, such as machine learning, stateful logic and signatures, to uncover known and unknown threats. It also provides guided threat hunting, explainable and transparent results, and open interfaces for integration with other security systems.

Now, through a reseller agreement with Ayscom, SSP expanded its reach to Spain and Portugal.

"Their reputation for helping security teams enhance the performance and protection of their networks, and their extensive reach in Spain and Portugal make them an excellent addition to our growing base of boutique European reseller partners,” said Steve Patton, Vice President of Sales, EMEA at Stamus Networks.

Ayscom, headquartered in Madrid, is a company that provides monitoring, testing, measurement and security solutions to improve the performance of enterprise systems. It has more than 20 years of experience and works with leading manufacturers worldwide. It also offers professional IT services, such as integration, management, auditing and development of systems.

The agreement means that SSP is available to customers who are looking for greater visibility and threat detection in their cloud and on-premise networks throughout Spain and Portugal.

"Security teams not only require advanced detection to uncover attack signals, but they must also understand what triggered an event so they can respond quickly and minimize risks to their organization's vital assets,” said Pedro Martin, CEO at Ayscom. “The Stamus Security Platform and our partnership with Stamus Networks empowers us to provide precisely that assistance to our clients, in the cloud, on-premise or both."




Edited by Alex Passett
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