Computer storage firm EMC and financial company EY have formed a strategic joint venture, and one that builds on a long-term relationship enjoyed by both companies.
The joint venture will make numerous technology services available to clients, such as cyber security, governance risk, and hybrid cloud.
CEO and Chairman of EY, Mark Weinberger, said:
“Working together as an integrated team, combining advisory services and innovative products, we will be able to connect on both existing and future initiatives to help our clients maximize their technology investments and drive better business outcomes, The alliance will further expand EY’s digital capabilities and range of services offered to clients.”
Addressing the industry’s growing trends, security will act as one of the core services of the new partnership. Among the first services (Isolated Recovery) that it will be offering will be one that protects commercial data from cyber crime. The partnership said that a package of resiliency, business impact analysis and cyber services will enable company data to be protected in an environment that is more secure than they can offer separately.
They will also offer Identity Access Management Monitoring for single sign on, which employs real-time technology for monitoring. Companies do not typically utilise security monitoring, but it is a trend that is growing as they attempt to lower risk when making a transition to the cloud.
Security monitoring is just one of the links in the security chain needed to secure company data when a cyber attack is looming. That is why IT security jobs are so important as professionals capable of filling these rules are the best people to advise and implement the methods necessary to protect today’s businesses.
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