Cylance is pleased to announce it has partnered with VMware® (NYSE:VMW) to support VMWare’s Workspace ONE Trust Network, which provides organizations a comprehensive and modern security model across the digital workspace to secure their users, applications, endpoints and networks.
The approach combines insights from VMware’s intelligence-driven Workspace ONE platform with trusted security partner solutions, such as Cylance, to deliver predictive and automated security.
The partnership will provide customers that want to prevent malware infections with the ability to deploy Cylance from directly inside the Workspace ONE platform. Additionally, it will give IT administrators the ability to gain security insights, deliver ongoing security risk monitoring, and automated mitigation response.
“The productivity demands of users to leverage apps, various endpoints, mobile devices and extended networks across an enterprise has dissolved the security perimeter. The lack of security technologies that can adapt to the new ecosystem has caused security to become the largest barrier to digital workspace transformation,” said Dave Grant, Vice President of Product Marketing, End-User Computing, VMware.
“The Workspace ONE Trust Network provides access to the world’s most advanced security providers, giving customers the ability to protect their networks against attacks regardless of the type of devices or apps their employees use to get their work done every day.”
To enable Cylance’s prevention-focused antivirus and endpoint detection services across networks of apps and devices, Workspace ONE will use a framework of APIs built on the platform that scales with deployment.
As a result, customers will have a complete, continuous view of their systems and current risk, dramatically decreasing response times within the same platform they use to monitor their entire network.
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