26 SOC as a Service (SOCaaS) Options for MSPs, MSSPs

Here’s page three, featuring SOCaaS security companies 21-26 — along with companies that are no longer listed.

21. Proficio: The Top 250 MSSP offers SOCaaS and has expanded into managed detection and response (MDR). Fully-managed SOC services provide 24/7 monitoring and response services, and co-managed or hybrid SIEM provides customers’ cyber staffs with an additional layer of coverage.

22. Radar Cyber Security: The Radar SOCaaS strategy is described here.

23. SOCsoter: Best known as an MSSP, SOCsoter also promotes SOCaaS-type services via channel partners.

24. SKOUT: The SOCaaS provider to MSPs was acquired by Barracuda in July 2021.

25. Veronym: Better known for its Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS and Android security tools, there are signs that the company is pushing toward SOCaaS.

26. Vertek: Launched in 1988, the company has evolved to offer managed SIEM and SOCaaS, and positions itself as a master MSSP to partners.

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SOCaaS Companies No Longer Listed Above

We originally published the list above in 2018 and updated it multiple times thereafter. Here are companies that previously appeared above, but are no longer listed:

1. CYBERShark: We’re trying to determine the current state of CYBERShark, owned by BlackStratus. When we checked the company’s website, we noticed that the account was suspended.

2. Infogressive: Acquired by Ascend Technologies in July 2020.

3. Perch Security: Acquired by ConnectWise in  November 2020.

4. StratoZen: Acquired by ConnectWise in November 2020.

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Whom did we miss? Email thoughts and leads to Editorial Director Joe Panettieri ([email protected]).

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11 Comments

Comments

    John:

    Great list! What are your thoughts about Silent Breach? We’ve been using them for a year now

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hi John: Thanks for the note. We’ve briefly mentioned Silent Breach once in our coverage, but I’m not an expert on the company. Are you affiliated with them?
    -jp

    Eric Brown:

    Great list Joe – saved me time!

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hi Eric: Thanks for your readership. We’ll try to update the list from time to time as companies move in (and out) of the market. I suspect we’ll see some consolidation throughout 2020…
    -jp

    Himanshu Shah:

    Great List will save lots of time for MSSPs seeking this information. Though, I represent Opticom Data Products Mumbai India. If you have some names to suggest operating out of India. Banks and FIs do not wish to send data to oversea cloud services.
    Btw, Thanks for the great information shared.

    Ankur Sharma:

    Hey Joe,
    Thanks for great list. Any Thought about A-LIGN (https://a-lign.com) – Founded by former “Big 4” executives and security specialists, A-LIGN is dedicated to making the security and compliance process as seamless and efficient by offering a one-stop-shop.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hey Ankur: Thanks for your note. It’s been quite some time since I revisited this blog. I’ll see if we can do an update in the weeks ahead. Are you associated with A-Lign?

    Best,
    -jp

    Owen Allen:

    Hi Joe, if you are doing an update to the list for 2021, I’d be happy to connect you with the right folks at BlueVoyant to answer your questions. I am an employee of BlueVoyant. We are huge fans of the SOCaaS model.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hey Owen: Thanks for your note and readership. MSSP Alert closely covers BlueVoyant’s business. Congrats on the milestones so far this year. I’m not sure if/when we’ll update the SOCaaS article. I know a few readers have asked us to do so. But I want to make sure a refresh would bring some fresh perspectives to the market. Stay tuned, and please keep the feedback coming.
    -jp

    Dennis London:

    I’m really curious what the definition is for a SOC these days. A few of the ones in this list are nothing more than SIEM operations and don’t actually perform any of the remediation or actions. They’re great at doing the analysis and then telling the service provider or customer what to do…but they don’t actually do any of the remediation.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Dennis: Great question. I think quite a few MSP- and enterprise-oriented SOCs spot the issue, but don’t resolve the issue. Hence, the continued need for MSPs, MSSPs & enterprises to hire forensic investigation teams post-incident. I know I’m super-simplifying the conversation and skipping a lot of deeper details. But I hope that provides at least some baseline context.
    -jp

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