Quzara Cybertorch Enhances Security Capabilities

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Friday, October 16, 2020

Quzara Cybertorch adds enhanced security capabilities through Microsoft Azure Sentinel for the Microsoft Commercial and Government Cloud.

FREMONT, CA: Quzara Cybertorch, a Washington D.C based Security Operations Center (SOC) and Microsoft Partner, operated by cybersecurity firm Quzara, announces a deeper partnership with the Microsoft Commercial and Government Cloud. Quzara Cybertorch harnesses the power of Microsoft Azure Sentinel to ingest, investigate, and respond to alerts from Microsoft 365 Defender, Azure Defender, and Microsoft Defender for Endpoints.

Using Azure Sentinel and coupling with Quzara Cybertorch's deep Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) capabilities lets customers identify and respond to cyberattacks in minutes. Additionally, based on their unique Deployment Architecture, Cybertorch Customers retain data within their limit and inherit controls for several frameworks such as FedRAMP, FISMA, NIST 800-171, and CMMC.

Leveraging Azure Sentinel and the Microsoft Ecosystem is a game-changer. It allows Quzara to perform 100 percentage, Automated triage for the L2 Incident Analysts. The company uses the power of the Microsoft Threat engine and Security ecosystem to mitigate noise and focus on responses to signals that matter.  Quzara Cybertorch uses and develops Azure Sentinel connectors to correlate data across users, applications, devices, and infrastructure deployed on-premises and in the cloud.  Besides, Cybertorch uses Azure Sentinels built-in AI and custom alerts and actions to rapidly and accurately identify security threats strengthening the customers' security operations.

Quzara offers strategic consulting for Federal and Commercial customers. Its Cybertorch team understands all the nuances related to developing an effective Continuous Monitoring program. It can help detect threats and provide security visibility to the business. Its analysts have years of experience analyzing reports, prioritizing risks, and creating actionable remediation roadmaps.

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