BT Cyber Security Platform

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BT Cyber Security Platform
Founder(s) Sir William Fothergill Cooke, George Parker Bidder, and Joseph Lewis Ricardo
Headquarters 1 Braham Street, London, United Kingdom
Number of locations Hundreds
Area served Worldwide
Key people Philip Jansen (CEO)
Services Security management, advanced threat services, security monitoring, vulnerability management
Revenue £20.7 billion (2023)[1]

BT Cyber Security Platform is a suite of "selected integrated technologies from across the industry to bring you scalable, adaptable [cybersecurity] services,"[2] which presumably (though not entirely clear) acts as the base of managed security services (MSS) offered by BT Group, a multinational cybersecurity and managed security services provider (MSSP). The platform appears to be a blending of software technologies and cybersecurity services by BT, as the company adds in its data sheet about BT Cyber Security Platform: "Our cyber-security services are not a piece of software or hardware. They’re a confluence of people, technology and process."[2]

As of August 2023, BT Group is listed among the top 12 MSSPs around the world by multiple entities.[3][4][5]

Managed security services

The BT website is a bit confusing, but it appears that the BT Cyber Security Platform is essentially acting as the base of BT's managed security services. This "platform" is understood to be able to provide a number of services, including:

  • real-time behavior analytics and data visualization
  • 24/7 threat monitoring, assessment, and response
  • alert dashboards

However, BT appears to have a wide breadth of 25 other related security services, including managed cloud security, cloud security consulting, endpoint security, security vulnerability scanning, and more.[6] Consult its list of security services for more.

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