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Tata Tele partners FirstWave solutions to expand cyber security portfolio

Tata Teleservices on Thursday said it has partnered with Australian cloud security company FirstWave Cloud Technology to expand its cyber security portfolio.

Tata Teleservices

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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on Thursday said it has partnered with Australian cloud security company FirstWave Cloud Technology to expand its cyber security portfolio.

As part of the partnership, (TTSL) will leverage FirstWave's Cloud Content Security Platform (CCSP) to offer email security, web security, next-generation firewall, endpoint security and multi-factor authentication (MFA) Security Services.

This partnership will enable the SMB customers of to have access to a comprehensive smart perimeter security proposition that is robust, scalable and can be rapidly deployed at an affordable cost, the company said.

"The Covid-19 Pandemic has created a unique set of opportunities and threats in its wake. We are excited to partner with FirstWave to offer Customers a world-class Platform based Security Portfolio that will enable them to meet these cybersecurity threats, efficiently and cost-effectively," TTSL president for enterprise business Harjit Singh said in a statement.

Tata Teleservices provides security solutions for customers using public and private cloud business applications.

Tata group has sold consumer mobile business to Bharti Airtel but continues to operate the enterprise division of TTSL.

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First Published: Thu, August 20 2020. 22:56 IST