Third Wave Innovations and PCS Collaborate to Offer Holistic Cybersecurity

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Third Wave Innovations, a leading provider of risk solutions for network and security operations, has formed a strategic partnership with Precision Computer Services (PCS), a nationally recognized IT systems integrator, to deliver integrated cybersecurity services.

As part of the collaboration, PCS will incorporate Third Wave Innovations’ Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and Attack Surface Management (ASM) into its range of services for clients.

“We are thrilled to partner with PCS. By combining our expertise, we will significantly strengthen cybersecurity resilience for organizations across various industries,” said Patrick Hayes, chief product officer at Third Wave Innovations. “This partnership allows enterprises to focus on their core business, knowing that their cybersecurity risks and exposure are being managed and minimized by trusted partners.”

Using the C4 Intelligence Platform and a dedicated operations team, Third Wave reinforces cybersecurity defenses for medium-to-large enterprises, while identifying compliance gaps and risk areas to provide robust protection against evolving threats.

By integrating Third Wave Innovations’ services, PCS aims to offer clients a comprehensive and proactive approach to managing IT security and regulatory requirements.

“We are excited to enhance our cybersecurity and compliance offerings through this partnership with Third Wave Innovations,” said Anthony Iovino, chief revenue officer of PCS. “In today’s rapidly changing digital landscape, ensuring the security and compliance of our clients is paramount. This partnership reaffirms our commitment to delivering innovative and comprehensive IT solutions that empower organizations to thrive.”

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