Koris365 has chosen CSA as its security partner to allow enhanced protection against evolving cyber threats for its customers, drawing on the expertise of CSA’s government (MOD, GCHQ and ex-Military) and commercially experienced specialists. All CSA employees have enhanced government security clearance.
Already offering a range of security services including next-generation firewall, web filtering and web application security, the addition of CSA’s security assessments, monitoring and detection, crisis response, e-learning and training aims to strengthen Koris365’s current cyber solutions.
CSA will also enhance the current Security Operation Centre (SOC) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) services.
“We saw a great opportunity to collaborate with Koris365 to enhance their cyber offering to ensure their clients’ security needs are met with our best-of-breed cyber solutions, especially since cyber attacks are increasing not only in frequency but in sophistication,” said David Woodfine, co-founder and managing director at CSA (pictured above).
“We share Koris365’s commitment to delivering outstanding customer service, so it’s been great to get to know the team behind it, and I look forward to continuing to work with them as an extension of the in-house teams for Koris365 customers.”
Paul Toms, group sales director at Koris365 added that the transition toward cloud technology and remote working seen as a result of the pandemic revealed the importance of finding a suitable cybersecurity partner for Koris365 to ‘future-proof’ customers’ new technologies.
“Given CSA’s reputation as one of the UK’s leading cyber security service providers and emphasis on delivering excellent customer service, we knew they would complement our services and approach perfectly,” Toms said.