Cybersecurity Company Secuvant Partners With Eide Bailly

The Eide Bailly, a Fargo, North Dakota-based firm, has partnered with Secuvant with an aim of further expansion of its cyber security offerings for clients and provision of cyber security solutions for business assets.

Eide Bailly and Secuvant, under the terms of the partnership, will jointly conduct their client services and sales activities to spread awareness about new cyber security capabilities to all the respective clients. The relationship intends at serving IT teams in understanding and management of business risks a cyber breach can create.

James Lyons, strategic growth officer for Eide Bailly declared that their core charter is to help business leaders understand any risk to their business and for this; they have made a significant investment in creating a robust cyber security offering that approaches the incredibly sensitive parts of a business — not driven by technology but managed through technology.

Ryan Layton, CEO of Secuvant, explained that their methodology facilitates collaboration between a company’s CXOs and their IT team, ensuring that not only technical but business risks are addressed appropriately by the organization’s cyber security program

Acquisition of Decipher Forensics is noted to be this partnership’s first triumph as part of its effort to build widespread cyber security offerings. All the capabilities of Decipher Forensics are now a part of resources available to all Eide Bailly clients.

Todd Neilson, CTO of Secuvant, believes that addition of these capabilities can help them jointly provide clients with a solution that would help them find risks, determine its cause, address the issue completely, and along with putting policies in place to prevent further instances it would help to ensure the improvement and strength of client’s business. This partnership guarantees the equipment of Eide Bailly’s clients to see a cyber security problem before it happens, allowing them to remediate and monitor it ensuring that their brand is not hurt by the risk.

Source: AccountingToday

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