Bell Techlogix, a managed service provider (MSP) that specializes in digital workspace and infrastructure solutions, has launched managed detection and response (MDR) and vulnerability management services as part of a Managed Security Services portfolio.
The Bell MDR and vulnerability management offerings provide organizations with tools, processes and data analytics to help them secure their operations, according to a prepared statement. They also empower organizations with network security layers and proactive threat monitoring, detection and remediation capabilities.
It's the latest example of traditional MSSP and MDR services blurring with one another.
A Closer Look at Bell's Managed Security Services
Bell's Managed Security Services provide visibility into an organization's ecosystem, the company said. They deliver monthly trending reports that highlight malware infections, threat detection and response times, vulnerability remediation rates and other relevant security insights.
In addition, Bell's Managed Security Services enable an organization to secure its operations via a hybrid delivery model, the company noted. They also extend or complement an organization's current security technology investments.
Bell's MDR and vulnerability management services are now available and are integrated with the company's IT Service offerings.
What Is Bell?
- Cloud solutions.
- Data center and security solutions.
- IT service management and delivery automation.
- Mobility services.
- Next-generation digital workspace.
- Service excellence and analytics.
Bell today provides managed services and solutions to mid-market companies, schools and other organizations. It also looks poised to capitalize on the rising demand for MDR and vulnerability management products in the near future.
Global MDR, Vulnerability Management Markets Projected to Grow
The global MDR market is expected to grow from $419.7 million in 2017 to $1.7 billion in 2022, according to industry analyst MarketsandMarkets. Comparatively, MarketsandMarkets has predicted the global security and vulnerability management market could be worth nearly $9 billion by 2019, up from $5.5 billion in 2014.
Furthermore, the global managed security services market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.7 percent between 2018 and 2023, MarketsandMarkets stated. This sector also could be worth nearly $47.7 billion by 2023.