AT&T Cybersecurity received the Palo Alto Networks 2022 Partner of the Year Award for its managed security services at the annual Palo Alto Networks Ignite 2022 conference. The awards are presented to an elite group of Palo Alto Networks partners that have excelled in performance, enablement, and engagement over the past year.
In an era where security collaboration continues to grow in importance, AT&T Cybersecurity stressed the significance of its relationship with Palo Alto Networks. Danessa Lambdin, President of AT&T Cybersecurity explains:
As one of the largest MSSPs in the world, we are in a unique position to help secure innovation at scale and bring those lessons learned to our broader customer base. Our technology alliances are a fundamental part of evolving our cybersecurity services to meet our customer needs today and tomorrow. AT&T has long worked with Palo Alto Networks, building new services atop their technology platforms to meet tomorrow’s security challenges, especially as customers move to the cloud and edge.
By maintaining a strong relationship with Palo Alto Networks, AT&T Cybersecurity is able to provide cutting-edge security products while leveraging its managed services to make security more accessible by offering trainings, consulting, and management. Don Jones, senior vice present of Ecosystems at Palo Alto Networks states:
Palo Alto Networks partners share our vision of a world where each day is safer and more secure than the one before. Now more than ever, a trusted ecosystem of partners is essential to enabling organizations to easily, more confidently, and more securely transform. We’re proud to recognize AT&T Cybersecurity as Palo Alto Networks 2022 Partner of the Year and we look forward to our continued work together helping mutual customers achieve better security outcomes.
AT&T Cybersecurity combines cybersecurity with consulting services to help organizations meet their network transformation goals. With AT&T’s support, overcome resource obstacles and ease the burden on short-staffed, in-house teams by working with AT&T’s cyber experts to identify and understand cybersecurity risks and exposures, thereby making it safer for businesses to innovate through network resiliency.