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One Distribution partners with ZecOps

Posted 4 February 2020 · Add Comment

London based One Distribution Ltd and the first agentless automated Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) & APT detection platform, ZecOps, today announced the launch of their strategic partnership, enabling One Distribution to deliver, deploy and support ZecOps solutions in the UK & Ireland.


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One Distribution is expanding its security solutions and services with ZecOps offering, providing automated detection, analysis and response of sophisticated attacks that are crafted to evade security controls. This partnership enhances One Distribution's cybersecurity products and services portfolio with ZecOps Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) platform, which automatically discovers, analyses and disinfects attacks on endpoints, servers and mobile devices.

ZecOps' mission is to detect attackers' mistakes that go unnoticed by existing security controls and provide organisations with an immediate view on who is targeted, which assets are infected, how these assets were attacked, and automatically generate threat intelligence on the attacks. All ZecOps solutions are agentless, take minutes to deploy, even at scale and operate without prerequisites. Besides endpoints, servers, and mobile devices, ZecOps technology is also suitable for IOT/embedded devices, ATMs and Point of Sales (POS).

ZecOps has raised $10.2 million seed funding and has already secured over twenty partnerships worldwide. The platform is commercially available and deployed in Tier-1 enterprises, carriers, banks, governments as well as defence entities in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

"One Distribution is already providing value through our platform to customers in the UK & Ireland," said Zuk Avraham, ZecOps Founder and CEO. "The proliferation of defence solutions doesn't ensure safety. Enterprises and governments need a realistic approach to combat advanced attacks. This past year has demonstrated an overwhelming demand and we are thrilled to bring our solution to the UK & Ireland with One Distribution."

"We are excited to bring the unique solutions from ZecOps to the UK & Ireland marketplace," said John Dams, General Manager, One Distribution. "With the addition of ZecOps, this further enhances our cyber security proposition. ZecOps agentless solutions focus on finding and leveraging attackers' mistakes and enable automated digital forensic investigations. The technology serves as the last line of defence detecting advanced threat operators that successfully evaded an organisation's security controls." 



 

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