CSO Group has secured a four-year A$16 million deal with the NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).
The deal includes the refresh and uplift of cybersecurity capabilities and technologies for the cloud, endpoint and email, leveraging the recently launched CSO Managed Security Service.
The CSO Managed Cyber Assurance Service (M-CAS) delivers a seamless, integrated, Zero Trust platform and architecture providing advanced insights and increased security resilience and protection.
Leveraging strategic partnerships with CrowdStrike, Netskope, Airlock Digital and Proofpoint, the CSO managed service is the first highly sought-after ‘Security Coalition’ deployment that is further enhanced by its integration with the incumbent Okta solution.
The CSO M-CAS, provides enterprises with a unified, proactive and continuously evolving security solution that easily scales.
Michael Simkovic, CSO Group Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are very proud of the work that our team has been providing our customers with and the partnership and trust that we have developed with the DCJ.
“COVID-19 has ignited a rapid shift to an evolving threat landscape for organisations through an increase in remote work, moving people and assets outside the confines of a traditional perimeter.
“Our integrated managed service and Spectra Alliance platform is the first-of-its-kind, providing our customers like DCJ with a scalable and fully integrated, zero trust solution.”Click below to share this article