inSOC Unveils Start-Up SOC Service for MSPs
inSOC, a cybersecurity company that provides an artificial intelligence-based data breach detection platform, has introduced the Start-Up SOC security service for MSPs and MSSPs.
inSOC unveiled Start-Up SOC at this week’s DattoCon Paris conference. The Start-Up SOC announcement comes after the company unveiled its One Stop SOC turnkey SOC solution at the DattoCon19 conference in San Diego, California earlier this year.
Start-Up SOC allows MSPs and MSSPs to select a subset of One Stop SOC security services, according to inSOC. In doing so, Start-Up SOC enables MSPs and MSSPs to offer specific security services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) or provide security services as part of existing managed services contracts.
MSPs and MSSPs can leverage Start-Up SOC to deliver security monitoring and event detection and vulnerability management offerings, inSOC said. They can use Start-Up SOC to deliver security services via dedicated agents and a cloud API, and no hardware is required to deliver these services.
Start-Up SOC is now available, and it is priced on a per user or device basis.
What Is One Stop SOC?
One Stop SOC provides MSPs and MSSPs with 24/7/365 SOC monitoring services, inSOC said. As such, One Stop SOC enables MSPs and MSSPs to protect customers’ cloud and on-premise networks and help customers comply with regulatory requirements.
The following One Stop SOC packages are available:
- Essential: Includes threat, event and incident alerting and asset inventory monitoring.
- Power: Includes all Essential capabilities, along with SOC analysis, assistance and escalations and vulnerability scanning and reporting.
- Premium: Includes all Power capabilities, along with compliance reports for HIPAA, PCI-DSS and other industry regulations.
inSOC also provides the MSP Protect service to complement One Stop SOC; MSP Protect helps safeguard MSPs and MSSPs against cyber attacks.
SOC as a Service for MSPs, MSSPs
A growing list of technology companies, distributors and service providers offer SOCaaS-type solutions to MSPs and MSSPs.