Infosysthat has a Top 250 MSSP business unit, and Palo Alto Networks work together to provide network security solutions to global organizations. Network security solutions will be delivered through Infosys’ global network of security operations centers (SOCs), the companies said.
Additionally, Infosys and Palo Alto Networks provide a single unified platform to help organizations secure their hybrid cloud infrastructure, the companies noted. The platform combines the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and zero-trust security capabilities.
Infosys and Palo Alto Networks will also offer next-generation security services and platform-based managed services, the companies said. Organizations will be able to use these services to protect their end users, applications and traffic and generate insights across their public, private and hybrid clouds.
Additionally, Infosys has trained cybersecurity professionals on several technologies, including solutions offered by Palo Alto Networks, the company noted. In this way, these professionals can help organizations use Infosys and Palo Alto Networks technologies to improve their security posture and protect their users, applications, and network devices from cyberattacks.
Palo Alto Networks: Key MSSP and Technology Partnerships
Meanwhile, Palo Alto Networks has been very busy on the partner front. Recent moves include:
Additionally, Palo Alto Networks has made a partnership push that includes XMDR partner specialization as well as new multi-tenant capabilities for MSPs.
During a May 2022 earnings call, Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora mentioned key partnership opportunities involving the Cortex Xpanse and Cortex Extended Security Intelligence & Automation Management (XSIAM).
Meanwhile, Infosys continues to grow both organically and through these purchases.