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Cybereason bets on Oracle Cloud for global expansion

AUSTIN — Oracle said that cybersecurity firm Cybereason has deployed Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as its preferred platform to pep up its Cybereason Defense Platform and support its global expansion.

Founded by an ex-soldier of Israeli army Lior Div, Cybereason specialises in endpoint protection, offers antivirus software, endpoint detection solutions and a suite of managed services.

Oracle said that by using its Cloud infrastructure, the company will deliver threat prevention and detection capabilities through advanced behavioral analytics and deep contextual correlations.

As Oracle expands its cloud footprints globally with the launch of new data center regions, the new partnership will also enable Cybereason to offer in-country hosting in more locations for meeting regulatory data sovereignty requirements.

“We chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure because of its security-first approach and performance. Together, we will deliver unmatched visibility and risk reduction to our global customer base. Additionally, the Oracle Cloud global footprint will enable Cybereason to offer in-country hosting in more locations for meeting regulatory data sovereignty requirements,” said Lior Div, Cybereason CEO and cofounder.

Both the firms also said that they have entered into a partnership to jointly market and sell solutions. Cybereason’s endpoint protection platform is optimized for delivery via Oracle’s second-generation global cloud regions. The solution is available through Cybereason and in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace.

“Cybereason joins a growing roster of companies adopting Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for its leading security and price performance advantages delivered across its global cloud footprint,” said Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

“Adopting Oracle Cloud Infrastructure will enhance Cybereason’s ability to deliver insights into threats across thousands of endpoints and enable customers to stay one step ahead of today’s most nefarious attacks,” he added.

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