Forrester: Orange Cyberdefense is a "Strong Performer"
Ranked 4th in the Forrester Wave™
Orange Cyberdefense is rated as a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave™: Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs), Europe, Q4 2018. According to the report, ‘Orange Cyberdefense has a strong vision of how it will evolve its current offering. Orange is particularly strong in the French market and has a growing presence in other European countries. The company has its own threat intelligence database and tools … [and] Orange customers cited the staff’s strong technical experience, analysis of event data, and integration of contextual information within alerts as strengths.’
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DDoS Mitigation featured in Now Tech report
Orange Cyberdefense heads into the future. Forrester examines potentially game-changing technologies and the companies behind them in its Now Tech report. Distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) is the term used for hackers blocking websites or services by deliberately causing server overloads. This kind of attack is hard to defend against, as legitimate requests have to be separated and admitted, while thousands or even millions of spam-connections need to be blocked before they reach the server. It comes as no surprise to find Orange Cyberdefense with its strong telecommunication background at the first line of defense here, placing its offer for DDoS mitigation solutions in the Forrester Now Tech report.Forrester Now Tech
Orange Cyberdefense is listed as a provider in Forrester’s Now Tech overview of European Cybersecurity Incident Response Services, Q1 2020.
Security and risk professionals should use Forrester’s Now Tech report to understand the value they can expect from a European cybersecurity incident response provider and to select one based on size and capability.
“For a long time cybersecurity has been driven by a reactive approach that focuses on investing in technology to prevent against cyber-breaches. Unfortunately, this approach has been proven to be unsuccessful as the number of breaches has increased despite higher security spending. We believe it is important to balance spending across anticipating threats, detecting breaches, protecting assets, responding to incidents and recovering from breaches,” says Stefan Lager, Senior VP Global Service Lines.
Each provider in the European market differs in how they support your broader incident response program beyond the initial response. Select a supplier that has active capabilities in your region and can support you beyond the initial breach response. Found out more in the report at Forrester.com.Cyber Security Incident Response
Michel Van Den Berghe
Deputy CEO, Orange Cyberdefense
Our Operator DNA, proprietary threat intelligence, industry-wide alliances and over 1,300 experts mean we are well positioned to anticipate and effectively manage cyber threats.