NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Bahamas-based tech company Cloud Carib has partnered with the Global NextGen SIEM Platform to enhance its cybersecurity capabilities.
“The new partnership, which is the only one of its kind in the region, will arm [its] clients with the ability to detect, respond to and neutralize potentially devastating cyber threats while freeing up time and other resources to focus on productivity and growth,” the company explained in a statement.
The statement noted: “Now more than ever, companies across the globe rely on technology to start, grow and protect their businesses. In this new age of cyber warfare, securing sensitive company and client data has emerged as a top priority, no matter an organization’s size or scope of work.
“As a thought leader in the region, Cloud Carib has focused its efforts on providing first-class protections to its client base. The goal, to increase cybersecurity awareness and improve The Bahamas’ standing in the global cybersecurity market.”
It added, “The upgraded status allows [the company] to offer LogRhythm as an enterprise SIEM technology to support the existing managed security services currently offered. Coupled with the company’s 24x7x365 Command and Control Centre, [it is] hoping to raise the bar and increase the nation’s standings in the region.”
Cloud Carib CEO Scott MacKenzie praised the partnership as “a significant investment of time and resources and a huge accomplishment for the team”.
“No other managed service provider (MSP) in the region has this designation,” he said. “This is proof of our commitment to providing our clients with best-in-class services and technology and we’re very pleased to have secured such a great global partner.”
Stelios Xeroudakis, Cloud Carib founder and CTO, added: “This partnership essentially takes the investigative work out of tracking a company’s growth patterns or monitoring for threats. Our partners and clients now have an additional support system which fits seamlessly into their current managed services systems while offering extras like log management, network monitoring, forensics and critical security analytics which can be used to implement proactive security measures.”
The company’s statement continued, “For companies, partnerships like these are crucial to elevating the region. It’s through constant improvement, monitoring and prevention that cyber-attacks are mitigated and left to the experts. With improved security solutions and greater peace of mind, companies can then focus on other aspects of productivity in their respective organizations.”