MSSP Trustwave Launches Enterprise Cybersecurity Consulting Practice
Trustwave, a Top 100 MSSP and compliance, threat and vulnerability management services provider, has launched a Detection, Analytics and Response Consulting (DARC) practice for enterprises.
DARC is designed to help enterprises accelerate and bolster their security capabilities and keep pace with a rapidly evolving security threat landscape, according to a prepared statement.
Enterprises can leverage DARC to incorporate security resources and best practices and build and operate a security operations center (SOC), Trustwave indicated. That way, enterprises can use DARC to streamline incident response.
DARC benchmarks current, target and future security milestones, according to Trustwave. This helps enterprises prioritize security investments and provides a blueprint for continual security maturation.
Also, DARC provides enterprises with the ability to collaborate with Trustwave to remediate security gaps, the company said. This ensures enterprises can work with Trustwave to use security processes, reports and dashboards to identify and isolate threats and mitigate breaches.
Trustwave’s DARC services are now available.
Trustwave Adds Government Threat Hunting, GDPR Compliance Services
In addition to DARC, Trustwave in February launched a threat hunting service for government agencies.
Trustwave’s Threat Hunting for Government service provides government agencies with insights into security vulnerabilities, the company said. It pairs cloud and managed security services with hands-on deep investigations from the Trustwave SpiderLabs security team and enables government agencies to leverage behavioral analytics and threat intelligence to identify and address threats.
Meanwhile, Trustwave in December introduced services designed to help businesses comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The services teach companies about the flow and housing of personal data through each department and associated compliance risks, as well as how new GDPR principles apply to this process.
Trustwave Enhances Its Global Channel Partner Program
Trustwave also has been busy on the partner front. The company in late 2017 announced the Trustwave Academy for Partners and Trustwave Partner Hub for global channel partners.
Academy for Partners provides an online learning system to teach partners about customer security and compliance challenges and help partners identify potential new sales opportunities, according to the company.
The Partner Hub is a self-service portal that provides partners with access to marketing materials, sales information, technical support and product documentation, Trustwave said. It also features SpiderLabs research, case studies and security reports.
Trustwave offers cloud and managed services to help businesses combat cybercrime, protect data and minimize security risk. The company’s products are used to safeguard more than 3 million businesses in 95 countries.