Tanium expands collaboration with Microsoft

Cybersecurity company Tanium has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, an ecosystem of independent software vendors and MSSPs.

Tanium, provider of converged endpoint management (XEM), has been nominated to join the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers (MSSPs) that have integrated their solutions with Microsoft security technology to help customers better defend themselves against increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.  
 
“I am excited to see that Tanium and Microsoft are working together,” said Andy Lawrence, cyber security improvements manager, Willis Towers Watson. “Combining Tanium’s real-time data and control with Microsoft’s services will allow my team to more effectively manage and secure my entire IT estate.”  
 
Tanium was nominated for MISA membership as a result of an integration with Microsoft Sentinel, soon to be available via the Sentinel Content Hub. 
 
Rob Jenks, senior vice president of corporate strategy at Tanium says: “The largest and most sophisticated organisations trust Tanium to manage and secure their digital estates.

“Combining Microsoft's security solutions with Tanium's real-time data, distribution, and control not only enables effective automation and resilient security, but it also creates accelerated savings for customers converging multiple point solutions into fewer, more comprehensive, and robust solutions.” 
 
As hybrid work and other digital transformations expand organisations’ IT assets and attack surfaces, customers benefit by consolidating security platforms to more seamlessly deliver security, performance, and automation, without needless complexity and alert fatigue. Together, Tanium’s integrations with Microsoft’s technology deliver the capabilities customers need to manage and secure IT estate from cloud to the edge, including active threat hunting, faster remediation, real-time patching, and the automated delivery of detailed real-time data 
 
Maria Thomson, Microsoft Intelligent Security Association Lead says: “Members of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association – like Tanium – integrate their security solutions with Microsoft’s technology to gain more signal, increase visibility and better protect against threats. By extending Microsoft’s security capabilities across the ecosystem, we help our shared customers to succeed.” 

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