Alert Logic bags managed security deal from QTS

Alert Logic today announced its managed security deal with QTS.

QTS has deployed Alert Logic’s cloud based security services both internally and to its customers, for vulnerability assessment, network intrusion detection and log management.

QTS integrates its security and compliance capabilities with Alert Logic’s technology and tools to offer its customers a security service that compiles with PCI, HIPAA, SOX and other regulatory measures.

QTS managed services model reduces the need to hire security experts, incur operational expenses or maintenance fees for the companies. Security experts provide 24X7X365 monitoring, analysis and guidance so that customers can focus on their core competencies.

Alert Logic offers Security as a service in the cloud, a platform of managed products and services to keep a customers’ data and infrastructure safe and compliant.

Last year, Fonix Mobile selected Alert Logic to extend its cloud experience. Alert logic’s security as a service monitors Fonix Mobile’s cloud environment to identify, evaluate and mitigate security threats and attackers that may be targeting their web applications.

“Alert Logic’s market leading solutions provide a significant complement to our industry leading security and compliance services and solution,” said Chad Williams, chairman and CEO of QTS.

In addition to partnering with Alert Logic, QTS is planning to launch additional security services in the second quarter and will offer expanded customer education on data security and compliance, via webinars and private events throughout 2015.

Meanwhile, Valldata has selected Alert Logic’s Security as a service solution to secure and protect its substantial volumes of online transactions and sensitive customers.  The company deployed Alert Logic Threat Manager with ActiveWatch and Alert Logic Log Manager with Log review to meet its intrusion detection and auditing and compliance requirements.

Shilpa Khatri
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