ActZero Announces Acquisition of IntelliGO

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According to a recent press release, “ActZero, a Palo Alto-based artificial intelligence company, announced today that it has acquired IntelliGO Networks, a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response services. IntelliGO will continue to operate as an independent entity, and will work with ActZero to achieve its vision of revolutionizing the Managed Security Services landscape with a unified, AI-driven security platform. Despite a growing number of cybersecurity players, threats have continued to impact enterprises small and large. Attack vectors are evolving more quickly than most defenses, which tend to be manual, time-consuming, and costly. The promise of artificial intelligence for cybersecurity is significant: Security analytics platforms can process more data, more quickly than any person could, enabling them to uncover traces of an adversary who has evaded preventative controls — and automatically contain the threat.”

The release goes on, “IntelliGO was founded in Toronto in 2005 as a value-added cybersecurity reseller and managed services firm. Since then, it has evolved to serve the growing needs of small to medium enterprises by developing the IntelliGO MDR Platform. IntelliGO has previously announced investments in augmenting its offering with machine learning, and this combination will enable the firm to deploy and scale similar tools and process improvements to gain efficiencies and deliver superior, faster, more predictable service to clients. ‘Our vision is to build a world-class cybersecurity services platform — which requires understanding and addressing business users’ needs today, while dominating in machine learning and artificial intelligence to get ahead of tomorrow’s threats,’ said Sameer Bhalotra, CEO of ActZero. ‘IntelliGO’s offering is exceptional, with deep client relationships, flexible proprietary software, and critical insight off which to build models. That’s what makes this combination so complementary, and what makes our ambitious goals so achievable’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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