Anomali and Blue Turtle partner to deliver advanced threat detection and response capabilities in South Africa
Anomali hosting South Africa Threat Day event showcasing cyber threat intelligence solutions, 13 June at Sandton Sun.
Blue Turtle today announced an alliance with Anomali, an industry-leading threat-intelligence management and collaboration provider. Through this partnership Blue Turtle will provide its customers with a suite of threat-intelligence capabilities, providing earlier detection of attacks from adversaries, helping security teams better prepare for intrusions and share threat assessments with key partners.
Following early-adoption success in the SA financial services sector, Anomali will host a South Africa Threat Day, a one-day conference focused on cyber threat detection, featuring speakers and sessions from leading threat intelligence experts.
"It is challenging for customers to identify threats, and improve their cyber defence capabilities" says Blue Turtle Director, Martyn Healy.
"We sought out Anomali to help organisations in South Africa deal with ever-expanding sources of threats and attacks. The Anomali Threat Platform brings together critical threat intelligences, key collaboration capabilities, and integration with security operations platforms to enable faster and more accurate detection of serious threats, improved defences and faster remediation when needed."
"At Anomali we are passionate about helping organisations stay ahead of threats to their business," said Richard Betts, EMEA head of business development for Anomali. "For our clients this means gaining visibility to serious threats targeting their environments, understanding those threats, and knowing clearly how to respond. We're excited to partner with Blue Turtle to bring our threat intelligence capabilities to South Africa."