Open Systems and Patriot Consulting enhance cybersecurity capabilities

Open Systems and Patriot Consulting enhance cybersecurity capabilities

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Partnership aims to help Microsoft customers make full use of security investments

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Patriot Consulting Technology Group has joined Open Systems’ partner programme, enabling the firms to collaborate on meeting the cybersecurity needs of Microsoft customers. 

According to Open Systems, the combination of its managed detection and responses system (MDR) called MDR+ and Patriot’s systems integration capabilities will enable Microsoft customers to make full use of their security investments. 

“We are excited to partner with such a leader as Patriot, which is widely recognised for its deep Microsoft expertise, its commitment to excellence and the outstanding service and support it provides its customers,” said Chris Raniere, chief revenue officer for Open Systems. “As partners with complementary capabilities and solutions, we can enable our joint customers to maximise their existing Microsoft security investments and defend these customers from increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.”

Open Systems MDR+ provides users with the capabilities of a security operations centre, including Mission Control, which enables customers to mitigate threats and mitigate risk by reducing the number of attack surfaces and reducing the time to respond to threats.

“Patriot is proud to partner with Open Systems because we feel their exclusive alignment to Microsoft matches our own go-to-market strategy,” said Joe Stocker, CEO of Patriot. “We partner well because Open Systems shares our core values of ethics, urgency, excellence and passion. Our mission at Patriot is to help our clients reduce their cybersecurity risks through secure deployment of Microsoft Security technologies. 

“What makes Open Systems such a great partner is they help our clients monitor and respond to threats after we have completed a best-practice rollout of the underlying Microsoft security stack.”

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