VMtech has signed an agreement to deliver a “comprehensive managed security service” to ME, the industry super fund-owned bank.
The two parties provided few details of the contract, which includes a security-as-a-service platform.
A VMtech spokesperson told CRN that the contract is for three years, with two one-year options.
VMtech chief executive Len Findlay said in a media statement that this was a milestone in the company’s relationship with ME.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership, supporting the bank through their market-leading transformation with VMtech’s innovative and agile approach to delivering managed security services,” he said.
ME’s general manager of cyber security, Samantha Macleod, said ME had adopted the technology to capitalise on ever-changing consumer requirements.
“In partnering with VMtech, we have established a security-as-a-service model that provides depth and breadth in security operations, intelligence and response,” she said.
VMtech is a multicloud service provider and ranked 33 on the CRN Fast50 2016.