Open Systems SASE

Network and security are one - without compromise. Our unified SASE service is fast, agile, and delivered from the cloud worldwide.

SASE: The Network of the Future is Here Today

SASE: The Network of the
Future is Here Today

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Open Systems XDR

Outcomes. Not Alerts. Open Systems XDR predicts, detects, and responds to cyberthreats with AI that’s backed by real-world security experts 24x7.

3 Reasons to Choose MDR

3 Reasons to Choose MDR

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Why Open Systems

Our people, process, and technology work as one to deliver a unified platform, 24x7 operations, and expert advice when you need it most.

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Call It "Sassy" - Gartner Calls
SASE Transformational

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SASE: The Network of the Future is Here Today

SASE: The Network of the
Future is Here Today

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About Open Systems

Open Systems is the global leader in world-class cybersecurity and connectivity from the cloud.

Gartner Report: Voice of the Customer for WAN Edge Infrastructure

Gartner Report: Voice of the Customer for WAN Edge Infrastructure

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Microsoft Solutions

Accelerate your Journey to the Microsoft Cloud

Security. Connectivity. Performance.

We enable enterprises to maximize their Microsoft implementations. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we offer technical expertise for Microsoft Azure security services and cloud platform.

Every IT worker is involved with protecting and defending apps, data, devices, infrastructure, and people. We offer a global security operations center (SOC), through our cloud-native MDR service, that combines the Microsoft Security stack, 24×7 monitoring, AI automation and the expertise of our security engineers.

MDR by Open Systems

Open Systems’ scalable MDR solution detects threats early in the kill chain and focuses on effective containment to limit the damage. We combine human expertise, with advanced AI-driven threat detection and proven response capabilities to deliver outcomes instead of alerts. In addition, a cloud-scale SIEM built on Microsoft Azure Sentinel ensures smooth log file integration from your existing security controls and other sources of relevant data.

Open Systems Featured in Microsoft Inspire 2020 Keynote

Watch Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft One Commercial Partner (OCP), discuss how Born in the Cloud (BITC), an Open Systems division, successfully addressed a critical COVID-related security issue for a leading academic research institute’s 15,000 employees.

Microsoft & Open Systems - How We Engage Together

Watch this Q&A session between Mandana Javaheri, Microsoft Global Security Partner Development lead and Ogi Stanovcic Open Systems’ Cloud General Manager as they discuss a wide range of topics.

Leverage Your Existing Microsoft Cloud Investments with Open Systems Services

“Sentinel is the center of the whole picture, and Open Systems is the enabler.”
Rolando Galezzi


Open Systems’ MDR service easily integrates with the existing data and security stacks in Azure and Sentinel, further maximizing these investments, and helps address today’s increasingly complex security requirements.
Ann Johnson

CVP Cybersecurity Solutions Group, Microsoft

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I am pleased to welcome Open Systems and its Born in the Cloud division to the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA). By including our strategic MSSPs in MISA, we hope to further enable collaboration between leading security technology companies, so together we can better secure and protect our joint customers.
Mandana Javaheri

Global Director, CSG, Microsoft

Born in the Cloud had built machine learning models that were based on 15,000 employees being on campus. But when they sent thousands of workers home due to the pandemic, the models broke, because everyone was logging-in from somewhere else. They quickly realized it and retrained the models in just 48 hours using Microsoft Azure AI. So, the medical center’s systems, their employees, and all their patient data were better protected against a cyberattack.
Gavriella Schuster

Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s One Commercial Partner (OCP)