A newly-formed partnership between Little Rock-based Mainstream Technologies and Phoenix-based ArmorPoint will add to cybersecurity solutions for clients, the two companies announced Tuesday (June 1).
With the cyberthreat landscape becoming more complex, organizations are seeking security solutions that will protect their business-critical assets from malicious actors.
Many struggle to keep up with the operational challenges that come with ongoing threat management. The Mainstream Technologies-ArmorPoint partnership will bring together different skills in technology strategy, product ideation, and operations to support businesses’ most complex security needs.
“ArmorPoint allows our clients to sleep at night by providing detection and responding to threats quickly without buying equipment or hiring and training additional staff. ArmorPoint has demonstrated excellence in their ability to comprehensively monitor and triage alerts, with customized responses to fit any need,” said Daniel Weatherly, Mainstream Technologies’ Director of Cybersecurity Services.
“Mainstream Technologies’ commitment to delivering world-class managed services makes them an ideal ArmorPoint partner,” said John Crowley, Channel Manager. “We are proud to join forces with Mainstream Technologies and support their mission to provide an excellent IT experience for their customers.”
Mainstream Technologies creates, manages, and secures technology for clients in both the private and public sectors from its base in Little Rock and satellite locations. With competencies in custom software development, managed technology services, data center services and cybersecurity solutions, Mainstream offers diverse skill sets and experience across multiple industries, serving clients across the country.
ArmorPoint is a managed cybersecurity solution that combines three pillars of a robust cybersecurity program — people, processes, and technology – into a single solution. ArmorPoint is developed and powered by Trapp Technology, a Phoenix-based IT managed services provider.