AT&T Cуbеrѕесurіtу

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AT&T Cуbеrѕесurіtу
Industry Managed security services
Founder(s) Alexander Graham Bell
Gardiner Greene Hubbard
Thomas Sanders
Headquarters 208 South Akard Street, Dallas, Texas, United States
Number of locations 5
Area served Worldwide
Key people William Kennard (EC)
John Stankey (CEO)
Services Cybersecurity consulting, network security, endpoint security,
threat detection and response
Revenue $4.0 billion (2020, Q4)[1]
Parent AT&T

AT&T Cуbеrѕесurіtу is a multinational managed security services provider (MSSP) operating as a division of AT&T. The division describes its operations as delivering "the ability to help safeguard digital assets, act with confidence to detect cyber threats to mitigate business impact, and drive efficiency into cybersecurity operations" for customers.[2] The AT&T Cybersecurity division was founded out of the merging of AlienVault, AT&T Cybersecurity Consulting, and AT&T Managed Security Services sometime in 2019.[3] As of May 2021, the MSSP is listed among the top 10 MSSPs around the world by multiple entities.[4][5][6]

Managed security services

AT&T Cybersecurity divides its managed security services (MSS) into four categories: cybersecurity consulting, network security, endpoint security, and threat detection and response.[7] From those categories, the following services have been identified[7]:

  • Cybersecurity consulting: strategy and roadmap planning, enterprise security assessment, risk-based cyber posture assessment, security compliance review, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, adversary simulation services, and cybersecurity IQ training
  • Network security: AT&T Secure Web Gateway, AT&T Secure Remote Access, AT&T SASE Branch with Fortinet, cloud-based firewall, on-premises firewall, enhanced cybersecurity network detection services, distributed denial of service defense, and application layer security
  • Endpoint security: SentinelOne, VMware Workspace ONE, IBM MaaS360, MobileIron, Lookout Mobile Endpoint Security, and McAfee Endpoint Protection
  • Threat detection and response: 24x7 security monitoring, upgraded security monitoring for government, USM Anywhere, USM Anywhere advisory services, USM for MSSP's, forensic analysis and incident response, Open Threat Exchange, and OSSIM

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