CyberCatch and Proficio are working together to provide global organizations "with the ability to achieve continuous compliance while safeguarding against pervasive cyber threats," the companies announced.
Under the partnership, CyberCatch and Proficio will promote their combined continuous compliance and cyber risk mitigation offering to their respective customers, the companies said a prepared statement.
How Global Organizations Can Use the CyberCatch-Proficio Solution
CyberCatch and Proficio are offering an AI-powered MDR solution that uses CyberCatch's technologies to help organizations "implement all mandated and necessary controls, detect control failures promptly and facilitate their resolution, enabling continuous compliance and cyber risk mitigation," the businesses said.
This solution lets organizations utilize Proficio's MDR capabilities to identify and respond to threats in real time, the companies indicated.
Commenting on the new solution and its potential value to global organizations, CyberCatch CEO Sai Huda said:
"CyberCatch's AI-enabled continuous compliance and cyber risk mitigation solution, coupled with Proficio's industry-leading MDR service, creates an unparalleled and comprehensive continuous cyber risk mitigation solution like no other in the industry."
Proficio's CEO Brad Taylor explained how the solution helps organizations bolster their cyber risk management:
"We recognize the growing necessity for organizations to elevate their cyber risk management practices in today's increasingly complex digital environment. This partnership allows us to synergize our expertise and advanced technologies to deliver comprehensive protection and peace of mind to organizations operating in today's modern digital landscape."
A Closer Look at CyberCatch and Proficio
CyberCatch emerged from stealth in January 2022 and offers an AI-based continuous compliance and cyber risk mitigation platform. Organizations can use CyberCatch's platform to implement security controls, test these controls and find ways to address them. That way, organizations can guard against cyberattacks and comply with various security mandates.