HCL joins Microsoft’s Security Association to advance cybersecurity

by May 2, 2022 0 comments

HCL Technologies has widened its partnership with Microsoft in a bid to cover cyber security capabilities for the latter’s global clients. HCL is now a part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. The company has stated that it has achieved and made available four advanced security specialties for Microsoft partners.

The Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) is an integrated ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers. The measures added to the association by HCL have bolstered its commitment to Microsoft’s partners’ welfare.

Among others, HCL now offers Microsoft partners information governance and protection advanced specialisation. It also offers cloud security advanced specialisation, by validating Microsoft partners’ ability to deliver specialized security services in complex solution areas with Azure.

The HCL-Microsoft partnership relies on the #HCLCloudSmart approach. This framework seeks to help businesses navigate today’s complex and interconnected digital landscape.

In an official statement, HCL stated that in the current scenario of rapid modernization, advanced cybersecurity skills are a necessity. Their offerings will help companies optimize engagement and migrate to the cloud. Their end-to-end solutions are already integrated as a part of MS products, providing compliance, security, and identity management.

Organizations are now facing enormous identity & access management, protection, and monitoring security challenges. They also face challenges in regard to the security of their IP and customer data. Cybercriminals always seem to be a step ahead of the security ecosystem in damaging supply chain infrastructure and operations.

Through the Microsoft Ecosystem Unit, HCL Technologies aims to provide a plethora of mission-critical solutions that help customers enhance their cloud deployments with safety. According to HCL, the combination of its cybersecurity fusion platform solutions and deep domain knowledge helps in this regard.

Microsoft has a full range of security products like Azure Sentinel and Microsoft 365 E5, that cover identity and access, information protection, hybrid cloud infrastructure security, IT and OT (Operational Technology) security, and cloud app security.

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