Content+Cloud Becomes Member Of Microsoft Intelligent Security Association

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Content+Cloud has become a Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) member.

The Microsoft-focused cloud MSP says the move will see it “build on its long history of accreditations and close collaboration with Microsoft”.

The UK-based business says MISA “raises the bar” for security, compliance, and identity by validating partners and their solutions offered to its customers.

By becoming a member, Content+Cloud joins a cohort of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions with Microsoft to protect customers against cyber threats better.

Pravesh Kara, security and networks product director at Content+Cloud, said, “The move makes the company’s ability to innovate and deliver new integrated solutions ‘central’ as it grows.”

Kara said: “As the cybersecurity landscape increases in complexity, as organizations migrate systems and applications to the cloud, there is a pressing need to harness the tools and technologies that offer protection against existing and emerging threats.”

“As a Microsoft Gold partner, we are dedicated to driving the adoption and implementation of Microsoft’s security solutions and cloud services to best meet the evolving needs of our customers. As a member of MISA, our ability to innovate and deliver new integrated solutions will be central to our continued growth as a security services provider.”

Parri Munsell, managing director, and security partner marketing at Microsoft, added he is “pleased” that Content+Cloud has joined MISA.

He said: “By including our strategic Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs) in MISA, we help enable further collaboration between cybersecurity industry leaders in protecting and supporting our joint customers.”