Bell Canada partners with SentinelOne to enhance SOC services
By Canadian Security StaffNews
Bell Canada announced a partnership with SentinelOne to leverage its Singularity platform to augment Bell’s enterprise security operations centre (SOC) services.
The partnership is SentinelOne’s first with a major Canadian telco, according to Bell.
“As threat actors continue to escalate their operations – in scale and intensity – organizations in all sectors must enhance their security teams’ capabilities and protect all endpoints,” stated Bell Canada in a press release. “The combined capabilities of Bell and SentinelOne will provide true end-to-end protection, empowering modern enterprises to defend faster, at greater scale, and with higher accuracy across their entire attack surface.”
Bell said its security experts will leverage SentinelOne technology to help its customers gain visibility and insight into data across the enterprise and act on it to secure their environments.
“The Singularity platform enhances visibility and industry-leading threat detection, and when combined with Bell’s Professional and Managed Services through our over 700 security experts, we protect our customers’ environments around the clock,” said Costa Pantazopoulos, VP product, Bell, in a statement.
“SentinelOne is excited to expand on our current relationship with Bell Canada as they launch these services,” added Ken Marks, VP channel sales, SentinelOne.
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