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Cheltenham firm signs online security partnership

IT solutions company Bamboo has signed a deal with international cybersecurity company Stealthcare.

The Cheltenham firm said the partnership, offering Stealthcare's Zero Day Live platform, would enable it to deliver enhanced cybersecurity services.

Managing director Lorrin White said: "We are hugely excited to partner with Stealthcare" she continued.

"Much of the information currently in the cyber security arena is reactive. It identifies attacks when the threat is already out there - or after the damage is done.

"We wanted to offer a proactive solution to our customers and enable them to pre-empt threats or attacks and take the necessary preventative action to protect themselves.

She continued: "Cybersecurity today means we have to infiltrate the enemy camp to get the intelligence we need to combat the threats and Stealthcare is on the leading edge of being aware of these threats before anyone else."

Stealthcare chief executive Jeremy Samide said: "Integrating Bamboo's knowledge of the connectivity world with Stealthcare's cyberthreat assessment strategies, as well as our defensive and offensive cyber capability, establishes Bamboo as a power-house in the MSP environment.

"Working with Bamboo means we can offer them the same level of offensive capabilities needed to thwart cyberattacks, intelligence gathering and other activities we currently provide to governmental and corporate clients."

Find out more about Bamboo at bamboo.tech  and find out how they can help your company at 01242 246700 and hello@bamboo.tech 

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