Kyndryl and Veritas Technologies form global partnership

Kyndryl and Veritas Technologies have formed a global partnership to help enterprises protect and recover their critical data across multi-cloud environments.

Under the agreement, Kyndryl will deliver Veritas’ industry-leading data management portfolio to enterprise customers as a fully managed service, “Protection and Cyber Resiliency, Powered by Veritas.”



“Veritas and Kyndryl share a commitment to help enterprises manage their growing data estates as they transition to the cloud. Today, Kyndryl is building a partnership with Veritas to help some of the world’s largest organisations completely transform their approach to data protection,” said Kris Lovejoy, Global Security and Resiliency Practice Leader at Kyndryl. “We plan to leverage the value of Veritas Technologies to help organisations manage their data in the most efficient way to enable digital transformation.”



“Our partnership with Kyndryl addresses the biggest challenges facing the enterprise today, such as the persistent threat of cyberattacks, including ransomware and the increasing complexity of managing extraordinary data growth across multi-cloud environments,” said Mike Walkey, SVP of Global Channels & Strategic Alliances at Veritas. “Kyndryl will serve as Veritas’ Platinum Services Partner, enabling deployment, migration, and delivery of Veritas managed services. By leveraging Veritas’ market-leading innovation in data management together with Kyndryl’s industry-leading services portfolio, we can empower the world’s largest enterprises to manage and protect their data at the edge, on-premises and in the cloud.”



The partnership with Veritas extends Kyndryl’s framework of cyber resiliency services and solutions, including:



· Security Assurance Services: Security, Strategy & Risk Management, Offensive Security Testing, and Compliance Management



· Zero Trust Services: Identity & Access Management, Endpoint Security, Network Security, Application & Workload Security, Data Protection & Privacy, and Analytics, Automation & Orchestration



· Security Operations and Response: Advanced Threat Detection, Incident Response and Forensics



· Incident Recovery Services: Cyber Incident Recovery, Managed Backup Services, Hybrid Platform Recovery and Data Center Design & Facilities

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