Cyware, Bangkok MSP Partner for MSSP SOC Automation Services

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Cyware, a cyber threat intelligence and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) solutions provider, and security solution-as-a-service company Bangkok MSP are launching a Cyber Fusion Center for MSSPs in Thailand, according to a prepared statement.

Bangkok MSP will use the Cyber Fusion Center to deliver several Cyware managed security services, including:

  • Cyber Fusion-as-a-service
  • Threat hunting services
  • Threat intelligence-as-a-service
  • Threat intelligence platform-as-a-service

Cyware Extends Its Reach in the Asia-Pacific Market

Bangkok MSP also will use Cyware’s MSSP Cyber Fusion and MSSP Collective Defense solutions to provide threat intelligence analysis and sharing, the companies said. In addition, Bangkok MSP will use Cyware’s cyber fusion center technology platform to deliver security services that feature real-time contextual alerting, vendor-agnostic SOAR orchestration and threat management for cloud and on-premise environments.

The Bangkok MSP partnership comes after Cyware in July 2022 partnered with Pago Networks, a South Korean managed detection and response (MDR) services provider. Pago has launched Cyware’s first Cyber Fusion Center in South Korea and is delivering its cyber fusion technology to security teams across the country, the company said.

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Previously, Cyware in June 2022 partnered with CyberQ Group, a UK-based MSSP. CyberQ is using Cyware’s Cyber Fusion and Collective Defense solutions to deliver managed security services in the Asia-Pacific region, the companies said. In doing so, CyberQ enables Asia-Pacific organizations to combine, analyze and share threat intelligence and improve threat response collaboration.

Cyware builds virtual Cyber Fusion Centers that provide global organizations with threat intelligence automation, sharing and response, the company said. It also provides the Cyberware Technology Partner Program, which lets MSSPs integrate its threat intelligence, SOC orchestration and incident response capabilities into their portfolios.

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