Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 14 March 2018
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10. Funding: Solebit, which identifies and prevents of zero-day malware and unknown threats, has raised $11 million in Series A funding led by ClearSky Security.
9. SIEM & IoT: Exabeam, which specializes in SIEM technology, has launched Exabeam Entity Analytics. The new product that uses machine learning to spot compromised IoT and issues on other devices. Exabeam Entity Analytics discovers the normal behavior of medical, industrial, networking, home and mobile devices, and uses that baseline to alert security teams when unusual events occur, the company says.
8. Attack Simulator Tool: GuardiCore has upgraded Infection Monkey, an open source attack simulation tool. The software tests the resiliency of modern data centers and clouds against cyber attacks.
7. Bug Hunting: Cisco Meraki has launched a public bug bounty program with Bugcrowd. Cisco Meraki will award up to $10,000 for vulnerabilities identified on their devices and cloud management interfaces.
6. SOCs & Threat Intelligence: SOCSoter has unveiled a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) tool that allows partners to access and query the company’s threat intelligence database. The move allows partners to understand, research, and stop threats more effectively and efficiently, the company claims. SOCSoter also promotes a security operations center (SOC) to channel partners.
5. SOC Business Models: Should you build or partner for your security operations center? We constantly cover SOCs here on MSSP Alert. But this SOC how-to article from Verint Systems VP Yitzhak Vager offers some intriguing guidance on the build-vs-partner SOC debate.
3. Financial Services MSSP: Computer Services Inc. is now the preferred managed security services provider for Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers members.
2. MSP to MSSP Roadmap: Register now to join us Thursday (March 15) for our latest webcast — The MSP to MSSP Roadmap: Potholes, Pitfalls and Profits. VAR and MSP leader Eric Dosal, CEO of Compuquip Cybersecurity, will describe his all-in bet on the security market — and his unvarnished views on managed security services. I’ll provide a reality check for MSPs pushing into security. And we’ll answer your questions throughout the live webcast. I look forward to the discussion with you.
1. AMD Blindsided: Hardware security firm CTS Labs yesterday published a paper and website pointing to potential AMD chip vulnerabilities. But CTS is taking heat because the company shared its full findings with AMD only a day before going public, practically blindsiding the company, WIRED notes.