Telefónica's ElevenPaths bolsters cloud security with Palo Alto Networks

Telefónica's cybersecurity company, ElevenPaths, expands its cloud security solutions portfolio by working with Palo Alto Networks. (Pixabay)

Telefónica's cybersecurity company, ElevenPaths, expanded its cloud security solutions portfolio by working with Palo Alto Networks.

ElevenPaths has added Palo Alto Networks' Prisma Cloud technology into its Cloud Managed Security Service (Cloud MSS) portfolio, which covers public cloud environments such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Project. Those cloud services are provided to customers through Telefónica Tech’s cloud unit

Cloud MSS provides customers a cloud-native security service for secure cloud adoption. It includes security teams with real-time asset visibility and protection, continuous security posture monitoring, and incident response.

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ElevenPaths also achieved the status of Premier Public Cloud MSSP Partner with Palo Alto Networks. Managed security service providers (MSSPs) and managed detection and response (MDRs) companies can often deliver more robust threat monitoring and responses than internal efforts by IT staffs.

As an MSSP, ElevenPaths provides both MSSP and MDR services to its corporate clients, and has professional services teams available to help customers implement their security postures.

ElevenPaths can now deliver and manage Cloud MSS implementations based on Prisma Cloud to ensure the protection of clients' workloads and data across Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Project.

ElevenPaths Cloud MSS uses Prisma Cloud through its certified SOC cloud security team in Europe and Latin America. The service assesses customers’ cloud environments in real time against customer-adapted rulesets, based on Prisma Cloud’s built-in security ruleset templates and ElevenPaths’ proprietary ruleset, to identify potential risks and prevent security incidents.

“Since you can’t secure what you can’t see, prevention and detection of risks becomes a challenge,” said ElevenPaths Alberto Sempere, director of product and go to market, in a statement. “With ElevenPaths' Cloud MSS powered by Prisma Cloud, our customers’ IT and security teams can spend less time testing and evaluating their environment and more time evolving their business. This service helps customers better assess, understand, and automate their cloud security posture.”

RELATED: Telefónica's ElevenPaths partners with Google Cloud's Chronicle for managed security services

In June, ElevenPaths announced it was collaborating with Google Cloud's cybersecurity company, Chronicle, to develop managed security services for enterprise customers across Europe and Latin America.

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