Stratejm to deliver SlashNext’s 360 Defense-as-a-Service to protect enterprise customers against zero-hour spear phishing and social engineering threats across all digital channels.
PLEASANTON, Calif. – October 19, 2021 – SlashNext, the leader in SaaS-based spear-phishing and human hacking defense across digital channels and apps, today announced it will partner with Stratejm, North America’s leading Next-Generation Managed Security Services Provider (NG-MSSP), to deliver SlashNext’s 360 Defense-as-a-Service. This service will provide next-generation, real-time and multi-channel phishing protection to North American enterprises as part of Stratejm’s managed security services offerings including – Endpoint Management, Email Management & Remediation. With this integration, users can now access SlashNext’s patented AI detection with pinpoint accuracy and 48-hour time-to-detection advantage.
SlashNext’s patented cloud and on-device AI goes beyond email protection and stops spear phishing, social engineering, and other targeted human threats across popular communication channels and collaboration apps. Only SlashNext protects organizations from these malicious user threats launched from legitimate, trusted sites that easily evade current SEG, proxy, SASE, and endpoint security tools.
“The surge of well-crafted zero-hour spear phishing attacks have upped the ante for companies, who need to immediately stop phishing from entering the organization before they lead to costly breaches,” said Barry Ruditsky, SlashNext Sr. VP of Business Development. “SlashNext is excited to partner with Stratejm to deliver enhanced spear phishing protection for their customers.”
“Stratejm is pleased to add SlashNext to its growing ecosystem of managed security services to protect organizations of all shapes and sizes,” said John Menezes, Stratejm President and CEO. “Through this partnership, Stratejm users will now benefit from the enhanced protections of SlashNext’s sophisticated zero-hour attacks across all digital channels.”
A free trial of SlashNext’s Email Phishing Vulnerability Assessment is immediately available to enterprises that want to understand their spear phishing vulnerability and protect themselves today from all forms of phishing.
For more information, please visit: www.slashnext.com and www.stratejm.com
SlashNext is the authority on spear-phishing and human hacking, leading the fight together with its partners to protect the world’s internet users from targeted phishing anywhere. SlashNext 360° Defense Service utilizes our patented AI SEERTM technology to detect zero-hour phishing threats by performing dynamic run-time analysis on billions of URLs a day through virtual browsers and machine learning. Take advantage of SlashNext’s phishing defense services using mobile apps, browser extensions, and APIs that integrate with leading mobile endpoint management and IR services.
Stratejm is the creator of North America’s premier Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS). SECaaS offers an end-to-end enterprise security platform that achieves world-class Managed Detection & Response (MDR) across IT systems, applications and users both on-prem and in the cloud.
Stratejm’s SECaaS is the first and most mature offering of its kind in North America. We offer 24/7/365 support from our state-of-the-art Cyber Intelligence Center (CIC) – a modern and full-service facility that has passed SOC 2 Type II audits with zero deficiencies. Stratejm works in close partnership with global enterprises as well as small, medium and large organizations in Canada and the United States. SECaaS offers a comprehensive, holistic, and scalable solution for managing security, performance, and compliance from IoT to the cloud-delivered through a single-pane-of-glass view of the customer organization.
Stratejm’s aims to reduce complexity and accelerate threat detection while providing greater control and visibility over the security and functionality of your network. Our team is committed to helping North American enterprises to solve security challenges effectively and efficiently while simultaneously bending the cost curve associated with best-practice security.