Cyber security firm Paladion wins contracts from GCC banks

Paladion, a leading managed security services company, has secured significant multi-year managed services contracts with two of the biggest financial institutions in the GCC.

The information security company uses state-of-the-art proprietary technology to protect the interests of its customers, helping them maintain the highest banking security standards in the world, said a statement.

Paladion’s leading edge cyber security model called CyberActive is maintained by an expert team of security professionals, security analysts, technicians, support staff, researchers and ethical hackers. They handle the analysis and timely response of close to 7 billion pieces of security-related events each day, it said.

In recent times, the number of highly sophisticated cybercrime attacks around the globe has been a huge cause for concern for enterprises. Trusted by over 700 of the largest companies in the world, Paladion has been in the fore protecting its clients from attacks from ruthless cybercrime syndicates. Industry leading big data capabilities from its RisqVU Security Intelligence platform combined with its Global Security Operations Center, SOC translates into advance threats being detected and remediated faster, said the company.

“Banks in the GCC need information security partner that they can completely trust upon. Our next generation security operations centres built on the CyberActive framework are the best in the industry,” asserted, Amit Roy, vice president and regional sales head. “Our two new highly respected financial institution clients in the GCC appreciate the confidence that Paladion’s huge cyber arsenal brings to prevent advance and targeted threats,” he added.


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