“Their outputs deliver more value, we’re now realising more value from our Microsoft security investments – with Reliance, they don’t just tell us there is a problem that we have to do something about, the Reliance analyst stops that incident dead in its tracks”
– client CEO
Maximise the value and intelligence from your current Microsoft toolset and combine with a SOC that feels and operates like your own.
You need your cyber security to enable your business to constantly drive collaboration, innovation and digital transformation whilst aligning to current budget constraints.
By optimising your current toolsets, our MS Sentinel MDR service allows you to do exactly that.
A tailored, threat and risk-based approach to cyber security monitoring & defence – With our analyst led approach, we defend high risk and highly regulated clients, using continuous threat modelling and business context to intelligently prioritising and defend assets that represent the greatest risk to your business if lost or compromised.
“Their core business is human cyber threat insight, so their analysts take the time and trouble to understand the customers and their operating risks in a personalised way most other security providers don’t”
– client CEO
We defend our clients 24×7 from security threats. Our collaborative, intelligence-based SOCs build in-depth defences and bespoke detection use-cases targeted to your threat landscape and unique cyber risks .
We proactively research, hunt, detect and respond to threats prioritised by your organisational goals – and you’ll speak directly to our analysts without service desks or call centre.
Allowing you to:
“Their analysts took the time and trouble to understand us as a customer, our environment and our operating risks. Best of all, they didn’t try and replace what we had – Reliance connected our existing security solutions into the overall security picture, and continue to deliver more value from what we have”
– client CEO
Penetration testing and red team assessments are terms sometimes used interchangeably but in reality, they serve different purposes and relate to different testing procedures. In this blog, we break down the differences between them and discuss when to start thinking about red team assessments.
In late 2020, the American cyber-security community discovered a widespread breach of private-sector and government networks. A primary vector for the breach appeared to be the hacking of software provided by the US information-technology company SolarWinds.
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