Pulsant, a leading UK provider of hybrid cloud solutions, has joined forces with Armor, a top provider of threat prevention and response services for private, hybrid, and public cloud environments
Combining Pulsant Protect —a comprehensive solution that covers the entire organisation, from people and networks to cloud infrastructure and applications —with Armor’s extensive portfolio of security services will ensure that each customer’s valuable data is protected from current and emerging cyber threats, while enabling the organisations to meet their GDPR requirements.
With the Pulsant – Armor partnership, customers can turn up full-stack security for their cloud workloads in two minutes or less, while complying with regulatory mandates including GDPR, PCI, and more. Armor blocks 99.999% of cyber threats and provides customers with 24/7/365 threat monitoring and instant access to its team of on-demand security experts.
Martin Lipka, Head of Connectivity Architecture, Pulsant, says: “We’ve always been impressed with what Armor has been able to achieve in the cybersecurity space, and so it’s great to be working so closely with them to bring these capabilities into our own security solutions. Through this partnership, we’ll be able to offer our customers an even better range of solutions.”
Armor’s compliance with a range of regulations further strengthens Pulsant’s own compliance service, leveraging the same operational analytics for intelligent security monitoring as well as continuous alignment to regulatory frameworks.
Lipka continues: “This is an important benefit that we can deliver to our customers alongside Armor. By using the same deep monitoring and analysis of their physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures, we can keep their infrastructures secure while demonstrating to auditors and regulators that they are, in conjunction with their own best practices, complying with applicable regulations.”
Chris Drake, Founder and CEO, Armor, says: “After spending a lot of time with the leadership and people of Pulsant, it was clear to me that Pulsant shared our same core values to guide and protect customers as they evolve their organisations. With that, Armor is extremely honoured to be partnering with Pulsant. Working hand in hand, Pulsant and Armor will provide organisations with the robust, real-time protections needed to defend against the ever-changing cyber threat landscape, while enabling organisations to meet and exceed their compliance requirements.”
Pulsant is one of the UK’s leading providers of hybrid cloud solutions with a core focus on private and public cloud services, network connectivity, security and integration. Since its establishment in 1995, Pulsant has demonstrated tremendous growth and currently serves more than 4,000 customers — mid to large-size organisations in both the private and public sector — across a variety of industries.
The company operates an interconnected fabric between its 15 datacentres and other hybrid cloud services providers ensuring its customers have access to secure, high performance connectivity across the UK. In addition, Pulsant has a strong global presence delivering its services for customers across continents.
Pulsant holds a number of accreditations, including ISO27001, PCI DSS and BSI CSA Star for cloud security. The company is also on the G-Cloud framework and was awarded the Royal Warrant as a provider of hosted IT and datacentre services to the Royal household.
Armor protects customers’ vital assets and helps prevent data breaches through managed multi-layer security for public and private clouds. The Armor team also applies extensive military cyber security experience for proactive threat detection, response, and remediation. Forward-thinking organisations trust Armor for data security and compliance to stay ahead of cyber threats in the cloud. To learn more, visit www.armor.com or follow @armor.