PARIS -- Orange Business Services today announced the acquisition of Atheos, becoming the largest European cyberdefense company and strengthening its position as a leading global player in advanced security services.
Founded in 2002, Atheos is a pioneer of IT identity and security management on the French market. With 130 experts in cybersecurity, Atheos works with large French businesses to define, implement, and control their security strategies.
Orange Business Services, a global leader in corporate security services, has developed a comprehensive security strategy through managed and integrated security solutions in 220 countries and territories - protecting both infrastructure and users. Orange’s eight Security Operations Centers (SOC) around the world monitor these solutions 24/7. Through this acquisition, Orange Business Services will significantly strengthen its offering by addressing two key requirements in today’s corporate environment:
the provision of stronger access control and data-loss prevention policies; and
proactive cyberdefense through: the advanced identification of security breaches and vulnerabilities, the detection and analysis of "low-noise" attack signals, and on-site crisis management.
The unique expertise of Atheos will combine with the existing competencies of Orange Business Services in security under a new common banner: Orange CyberDefense.
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