Today at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium in Huntsville, Alabama, Simple Helix, a leading provider of secure, reliable data and network solutions, announced it has partnered with LogRhythm, one of the world’s top enterprise security operations centers. The partnership with the Colorado-based company enables Simple Helix to provide LogRhythm’s revolutionary Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions to its customers.
After a thorough analysis, we determined that LogRhythm’s solution offered the most comprehensive set of capabilities that would best serve and protect our customers,” said Tracy Collins, CEO at Simple Helix. “LogRhythm seeks and mitigates threats to customers’ IT environments, allowing us to strengthen our customers’ abilities to fend off the growing number of cyber-attacks facing businesses today.”
The system is based out of Simple Helix’s Tier III Data Center in Huntsville, Alabama. LogRhythm’s solution enables security analysis to be monitored in Simple Helix’s cutting-edge Security Operations Center (SOC). “This tool gives us the capability to monitor customers’ environments, collaborating with customer security, and monitoring teams to identify, and defeat, cyber-attacks,” Collins added.
Thousands of customers around the world rely on LogRhythm as the global threat of cyber-attacks continues to rise. “We are extremely excited to add Simple Helix to our MSSP program,” said Michael Costello, Regional Manager for LogRhythm. “The Simple Helix facilities are state-of-the-art, and their team is deeply committed to leveraging our solutions for the benefit — and security — of their customers.”
The LogRhythm solution is available immediately from Simple Helix, and you can contact Simple Helix at email@example.com or (256) 704-1041 to take advantage of this timely and critical service.
Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, Simple Helix operates a Tier III carrier-neutral data center. Service offerings include Managed Services, Network Operations Center, and Security Operations Center, all connected to the Huntsville community by an 88-mile fiber loop.
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