LIGHTSTREAM Joins MICROSOFT INTELLIGENT SECURITY ASSOCIATION as a Managed Security Service Provider

Lightstream is a member of MISA

Salt Lake City, UT (March 29, 2022) — Lightstream,   a managed security solutions provider, is pleased to announce their membership in the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA). MISA is an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their security solutions with Microsoft to better defend against a world of increasingly sophisticated, fast-moving threats.

Lightstream was nominated to MISA as a managed security service  provider (MSSP) for their Managed Detection and Response solutions with Microsoft 365  and Microsoft’s cloud security offerings. This membership strengthens Lightstream’s relationship with Microsoft and broadens the range of high value solutions that drive increased customer value.

Jim Cassel, Co-CEO of Lightstream, shares

It is a privilege to be nominated to the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association and join the top security partners as we align in our commitment to cybersecurity. The timing is paramount as organizations globally will continue to face growing cybersecurity attacks and data breaches in today’s complex environments. Lightstream has the advantage of MISA support to extend, develop and improve cutting-edge security solutions to customers globally.

“Microsoft Intelligent Security Association members leverage Microsoft’s security products to better defend against cyber security threats with identity and access management, threat protection, information protection, and security management,” says Rob Lefferts, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Defender.

Lightstream Managed Security Services elevates customer success by rapidly improving security outcomes while meeting complex compliance requirements and continually optimizing desired business outcomes. Lightstream’s security and threat protection solution suite offers include Defender for Microsoft 365, Defender for Cloud, Defender for Endpoint, Defender for Cloud Apps, Defender for Identity and XDR capabilities. Lightstream also offers a comprehensive portfolio of cloud, endpoint, and on-premises risk mitigation solutions  focused on operational, technical, and financials risk.

To learn more, visit Microsoft Intelligent Security Association.

For information on Lightstream services and solutions, visit Lightstream.tech

About Lightstream

Lightstream provides full-service cloud, connectivity, and security solutions to enterprises worldwide with a focus on managed services for all three, as well as cloud infrastructure implementation, security, and support.

Lightstream has been named multiple times as a Palo Alto Networks Public Cloud Partner of the Year, and is an AWS Security Competency Partner, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, and a Microsoft Cloud Platform Gold Partner with Security Competency. Visit us at http://www.lightstream.tech or LinkedIn.

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