Microsoft and Aruba have associated their technology capabilities to strengthen cybersecurity offerings at enterprise level, making way for customer adoption in Southeast Asia.
“This partnership comes at a volatile time where cyber threats are escalating exponentially across the globe,” said Justin Chiah, senior director of Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau and Product Category across Asia Pacific and Japan at Aruba.
Aruba finished the process of integration, testing and verification of ClearPass Policy Manager with Microsoft Endpoint Manager, a unified management platform that includes Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
“Aruba’s ClearPass provides policy management on network infrastructure from any vendor, while Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides secure, integrated management of devices and applications from any source,” Chiah added.
ClearPass also is integrated with Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), a unified endpoint security platform designed to help enterprises "prevent, detect, investigate and respond" to advanced threats.
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