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What Is a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)?

Most businesses are aware that protecting sensitive data and maintaining robust cybersecurity measures is more critical than ever. Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) offer specialized services to help businesses safeguard their networks from cyber threats. By outsourcing security management to an MSSP, companies can benefit from expert monitoring, threat detection, and rapid incident response, ensuring their data remains secure.

MSSP Monitoring Use Cases: The Benefits of Network Monitoring for MSSPs

Nowadays businesses are confronted with increasingly sophisticated cyber threats that pose significant risks to their operations, data, and reputation. To combat these threats effectively, organizations often turn to Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) for expert guidance and support. Unlike traditional Managed Service Providers (MSPs), MSSPs specialize in delivering comprehensive security and network monitoring solutions tailored to the unique needs of their clients.

How MSPs and MSSPs can reduce risk and liability for their clients

For 83% of companies, a cyber incident is just a matter of time (IBM). And when it does happen, it will cost the organization millions, coming in at a global average of $4.35 million per breach. Add to that stringent data protection laws and the growing frequency and reach of ransomware and other sophisticated attacks.

Modern Canadian MSSP drives next-gen MDR with Logz.io and Tines

Today’s Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) are trying to grow their business quickly, improving margins and onboarding customers with high-quality tool sets that scale with the business. This means reducing cost, improving onboarding time and building the next generation of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) to deal with threats that are increasing in volume and sophistication.

3 Benefits of Having Managed Cyber Security Services

Businesses are increasingly reliant on technology, and as a result, they are becoming more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. So, If you're not sure your business is protected against cyber threats, it's time to consider managed cyber security services. These can make a tremendous difference in the level of protection for your organization, and they will allow you time to focus on other important aspects. In this blog post, we will discuss the three main benefits of having a managed cyber security service in place for your business.

Why automation is the incident response 'easy button' MSPs & IR firms have been waiting for

The managed security services market is booming. Coming in at $22.8 billion in 2021, it is projected to nearly double in just five years and grow to $43.7 billion by 2026. Moreover, cloud-based managed security services are poised to be the major growth driver for the broader MSP market, coming in at $219.59 billion in 2021, and expected to reach $557.10 billion by 2028. As we can see, providing robust security services is a key competitive differentiator for the lucrative MSP market.

Customer Highlight: HIPAA Vault

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.

Elastic is going closed-source. Where does that leave MSSPs?

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.