As an MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider), HIPAA Vault relies on CFEngine to automate & secure their infrastructure on behalf of their customers. HIPAA Vault has been a longtime CFEngine Community user since 2012 and recently upgraded to Enterprise in order to boost their infrastructure visibility through Mission Portal and features like Compliance Reporting that help them provide a more secure & compliant cloud hosting solution.
The coronavirus pandemic has added new layers to the threat landscape facing corporate security leaders in 2020 and going into 2021, as well. As businesses and workforces sought to adapt rapidly to remote working at scale, malicious groups and other threat actors began exploiting opportunities to target stressed people and systems with malware.
Elastic moved from an open source license for Elasticsearch and Kibana to a “source available” (aka closed source) license. It was supposed to shut down SaaS companies, but what does it mean for Managed Security Service Providers? Managed Security Service Providers, or MSSPs, are a growing segment in the security business. These firms specialize in deploying security infrastructure, aggregating monitoring and event data, and proactively hunting threats.
An increasing number of organizations have partnered with Managed Security Service Providers due to the large range of threats facing organizations (MSSP). MSSPs support organizations efficiently by not only identifying external risks but also aiding them in the response to incidents. They also, however, battle a major problem: falling victim to the same shortcoming and bigger risks. They must ensure that consumers are met with Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
Does your organization consider working with a MSSP? Don’t make a commitment before reading our article about how to choose the right MSSP for you! Regardless of the reason why you decide to work with an MSSP, you must be very careful and fastidious when selecting a MSSP for your organization. In this article, we will discuss what you need to consider before making a commitment.
A fully grown security operations center (SOC) was, until recently, a luxury, affordable for the largest organizations only, but even in global players, budget constraints are real. Unfortunately, the willingness to raise money for security seems to require an incident first. However, we often forget there’s no need for a dedicated war room, and it doesn’t always require a full team. Centralized security can be outsourced.
Many organizations don’t rely on outsourced security solutions such as MSSP. Rather, they prefer building their own SOC to combat nefarious cybersecurity threats and attacks. However, it is vital to know how an effective SOC is built and what should be its essential security ingredients.
Whether you are a CIO or chief executive of your company, the headlines of cybersecurity threats and attacks might be worrisome for you. There is always a question about how to ensure the cybersecurity of the organization to avoid financial, compliance and reputational risks. Today, to deal with ever-growing, fast, and sophisticated cybersecurity threats and attacks, enterprises either find the correct MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or build an efficient SOC (Security Operation Center).