Secureworks® Global Partnership Program

 

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A new partnership. A new opportunity.

Talent 101 and Secureworks® have come together to deliver automated and intelligent cybersecurity solutions that secure human progress.

Cybersecurity solutions should flex and scale with your business needs

When organizations embrace digital technologies, they expand their attack surfaces and create new opportunities for both opportunistic and targeted cyber threats.

To help customers secure their progress, Talent 101 will offer software and solutions that leverage the Secureworks® Red Cloak Analytics Platform to prevent, detect, respond to threats, where data moves into, out of, and through customer environments. 

Services include:

  • Red Cloak Threat Detection and Response (TDR)
  • Adversarial Security Testing
  • Security Consulting 
  • Cybersecurity Incident Response
  • Managed Detection & Response

Close your cybersecurity gap with industry-leading software and solutions today. Request a demo today

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