Cylera, the foremost healthcare IoT (HIoT) cybersecurity and threat intelligence company, has announced the collaboration of Core to Cloud to the company’s Global Channel Partner Program.
Core to Cloud is a UK-based company that delivers innovative cybersecurity solutions providing secure digital business in a world of growing threats.
“With in-depth industry experience and a strong focus on healthcare, education, compliance and security, Core to Cloud creates bespoke solutions that effectively help organizations with visibility, validation, governance and response to cyber threats. This creates the perfect opportunity for Cylera to partner with a strong industry-leading provider with clear success in the UK markets,” said Timur Ozekcin, Co-Founder and CEO of Cylera.
He added, “We are already seeing success through enhancing Core to Clouds offering with Cylera’s HIoT cybersecurity platform.”
Core to Cloud’s unique and consultative approach makes the company rank as one of the topmost trusted cybersecurity specialists. Cylera chose to extend its hand to Core to Cloud on the basis of its reputation for bringing getting disruptive security technologies to market in the last couple of years.
“With a go-to-market strategy that provides a solution-led approach that puts the customer needs first, we are excited to add Cylera’s technology to our capabilities and aid the expansion of the relationship,” said James Cunningham, Managing Director at Core to Cloud. “This collaboration will enable both Core to Cloud and Cylera to be jointly competitive in the UK market.”
“We have already seen demand with multiple NHS customers asking us for an IoT solution that would provide a complete asset list of all their connected devices and provide a clientless way to secure medical devices as well as highlight their vulnerabilities, show granular device information and utilization as well as provide the information needed for segmentation. We researched and tested the market and found the best fit was the Cylera solution, which is custom built for hospitals and provides rich information for IT, IG and Medical Engineering,” added James Cunningham.