Together, ITC and Condatis will deliver identity and access management (IAM) and managed security services. The companies will jointly develop workplace credential solutions that ensure IAM is consistent and effective, regardless of an identity's origin.
In addition, ITC is working with Condatis to extend its identity and security capabilities, the MSSP said. As such, ITC intends to provide external identity solutions, implementation and managed services.
ITC Joins MISA, Earns Microsoft Gold Competency for Security
The Condatis partnership comes after ITC in June 2021 joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), which spans independent software vendors (ISVs) and MSSPs that provide integrated cybersecurity solutions. As a MISA member, ITC provides security information and event management (SIEM) powered by Microsoft Azure Sentinel and managed detection and response (MDR) powered by Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
Also, ITC in May 2021 earned a Microsoft Gold competency for Security. The competency validates ITC's ability to help Microsoft customers protect their data, manage user access and safeguard their systems, the MSSP said.
ITC is an advisory-led MSSP that provides Pulse powered by Microsoft Azure Sentinel, a SIEM platform with security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) capabilities.
Pulse combines integrated threat intelligence with automated incident investigation and response workflows, ITC indicated. It is backed by a security operations center (SOC) and allows organizations to correlate and assess multiple security events in real time.
Furthermore, ITC offers the Navigator cybersecurity management solution. It also provides cyber advisory services to help organizations manage risk.