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Can MDR's save the enterprise from security threats?

MDRs path to a smarter SOC to help enterprises solve security issues more cost effectively.

More Morphing in the Security Services Space: Moving from SOC to SOCaaS

We have more imorphing in the security services space. occurring. We tend to focus on the evolution of security products. However, an interesting evolution of security services is also occurring. I'm not speaking about penetration testing to bug bounties to attack simulation platforms. I'm speaking today about MSSPs to MDRs to SOCaaS, (security operations center-as-a-service) and what is driving this evolution.

Is There a (MSSP) Bubble Coming?

Tulips, housing, stock markets. Are MSSPs the next bubble? With the growing number of companies entering the MSSP space, many of them with no prior experience and little expertise, what is in store for MSSP vendors?

Is Trust Breaking Out?

There has been an infosec mantra for years in the US about the need for a public - private partnership. However, private sector organizations have long complained about the one-way flow of security data and information. A key ingredient has often been missing -- trust. Is that starting to change?

Changing Business Considerations for MSSPs: Saying Goodbye to Soda Straw Views

As the threat landscape has evolved (e.g., increased number and size of DDoS attacks), MSSPs are being forced by the market to evolve their service offerings. It simply is no longer acceptable for an MSSP to manage perimeter firewalls, a couple of Internet-facing applications, and perhaps a couple of important internal systems (e.g., Active Directory domain controllers). Why not? Because such (effectively) stand alone ‘soda straw’ views do not provide the MSSP (nor the customer) with the context needed to be able to detect today’s sophisticated attacks.

RSA Conference Recap: the Synergies Between AI & IoT

It's always interesting to see what the marketing buzz is at RSA, which becomes the unofficial conference theme. The ‘theme’ in 2017 was artificial intelligence (surprise!), while 2018's ‘theme’ seemed to be IoT. But, actually there are interesting security synergies between the two areas.

Why MSSPs Should Be Interested in Virtual Analyst Technology

MSSPs face several challenges in effectively running their operations, and subsequently providing value to their customers. New tools for better threat detection and improved context for investigations are needed - and available to assist SOC analysts.
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