Ramsey, NJ — Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced it has been named one of the Top 10 MSSPs for 2021 by Cyber Defense Magazine as part of its 2021 Black Unicorn Awards, which take place each year during the Black Hat USA conference.
The company competed against many of the industry’s leading managed security service providers for this prestigious award. This was Cyber Defense Magazine’s ninth year of honoring cybersecurity innovators on its Cyber Defense Awards platform. Judges for the prestigious Black Unicorn awards included cybersecurity industry trailblazers Gary Miliefsky of Cyber Defense Magazine MG, Dr. Peter Stephenson of Cyber Defense Magazine, Robert R. Ackerman Jr. of Allegis Cyber and David DeWalt of NightDragon.
“We’re thrilled that our dedicated commitment to security has been recognized by such an esteemed organization, and honored to be included among some of the top MSSPs in the industry,” said Todd Croteau, President, All Covered, Konica Minolta’s IT Services Division. “It’s never been more vital to have a proactive strategy toward security. We take great pride in helping our clients improve their security posture through a never-ending cycle to reduce risks and ensure uninterrupted business operations.”
Through its IT Services Division, All Covered, Konica Minolta helps businesses achieve their goals through better management of information and more effective collaboration. Firm proponents of security measures that are not about resolving a single incident or as a set-it-and-forget-it program, the company provides a holistic approach to security. Its recent acquisition, Depth Security, enhances an already impressive and comprehensive security portfolio, bringing expertise in providing visibility into threats facing infrastructure and operations, with network and application penetration testing and adversary emulation.
“We’re pleased to name Konica Minolta as a Winner for the Top 10 MSSPs for 2021 among a small, elite group of managed security service providers in our third annual Black Unicorn awards,” said Robert R. Ackerman Jr., David DeWalt and Dr. Peter Stephenson.