Our cyber security products span from our next gen SIEM used in the most secure government and critical infrastructure environments, to automated cyber risk reporting applications for commercial and government organisations of all sizes.
LONDON, UK – JULY 10, 2019 – Huntsman Security has once again won a place in the UK government digital marketplace for its Security Analytics Protective Monitoring solution through G-Cloud 11. The solution includes log and activity monitoring, compliance reporting and the ability to leverage advanced analytics and threat detection.
Additionally, under this iteration of G-Cloud, customers can now also buy Huntsman Security’s new Security Scorecard to provide management-level security effectiveness KPI and metric reporting across on-premise and cloud estates.
The Scorecard allows trouble-free, trustworthy, quantitative, continuous measurement of cyber security posture – with weekly reports automatically generated and made available to security team leaders, risk/compliance managers or board-level stakeholders.
The solutions can be deployed as virtual appliances or software installation on the customer’s own on-premise or cloud environments and operate under the customer’s full operational control with coverage of cloud-based and local systems. Being available through the digital marketplace means that departments and agencies can purchase the solutions and deploy them quickly through pre-approved commercial arrangements.
Huntsman Security’s Security Scorecard is the first board-level cyber security posture reporting/assisted audit solution within the digital marketplace.
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Mairead Keaney, Head of EMEA for Huntsman Security, said: “Offering solutions through the digital marketplace means customers get easy access to leading-edge security scorecard, reporting and analytics technology in a way that maximises flexibility and speed of deployment”.
Huntsman Security is a privately owned Australian cyber security software developer with offices in Sydney and London and operations in Tokyo and the Philippines. The client base comprises Government departments that include defence, intelligence, social welfare and law enforcement as well as critical infrastructure organisations. See www.huntsmansecurity.com/company/
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