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Gartner recognizes Orange Cyberdefense again as a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response

Sliedrecht 2018-06-20  Orange Cyberdefense is once again recognized as a leading European provider of cyber security services. A new report from Gartner ranks Orange Cyberdefense as a top provider in the segment Managed Detection and Response (MDR).

Detection and Response is crucial for companies in order to reach a higher cybersecurity maturity level. Despite necessary investments in protection remaining crucial to limit the exposure, a 100% prevention is no longer attainable. Therefore  organizations are now augmenting these investments with real-time threat detection and incident response capabilities.

Orange Cyberdefense is once again identified by Gartner because of their capability, quality, and strategy regarding the provisioning of world-class MDR services.

  • We are very proud today, knowing that Gartner recognizes our capabilities and services in this space. It confirms our focused strategy on cyber security services and our continued strong investments in areas such as MDR.
    Gartner’s recognition provides our customers and potential new clients renewed confirmation, from an independent and reliable source, that they have chosen and can rely on Orange Cyberdefense to be a strong partner that is safely enabling their business., says Thomas Fetten, CEO Orange Cyberdefense.

With more than 15 years of experience, 5 Cyber Defense Centers and more than 650 cyber security experts, Orange Cyberdefense’s offerings stand out and can be measured only by a few other companies in the industry.

  • Our long-term strategy is to be #1 within cyber security. With this clear objective we are continually focusing on a strong, solid portfolio that addresses the complete range of cyber security challenges our customers are facing. This report supports what we hear, in our daily work, from our customers. They need someone who can act and react when for some reason the protection failed, says Thomas Fetten, CEO Orange Cyberdefense.

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