Cyderes, the security-as-a-service (SECaaS) division of Fishtech Group and a Top 250 MSSP, has inked a partnership with continuous security intelligence provider SOC Prime. The partnership brings SOC Prime's threat detection content to all Cyderes customers, according to a prepared statement.
With the partnership, Cyderes customers can access SOC Prime's Threat Detection Marketplace to generate custom content based on their threat profiles, the companies said. They can leverage the marketplace to access over 85,000 queries, rules, parsers, machine learning models and other content items to analyze cyber threats and find ways to reduce risk across their IT environments.
In addition, the partnership ensures Cyderes customers can use SOC Prime's cybersecurity expertise to stay up to date on emerging cyber threats, the companies noted. It provides Cyderes customers with immediate access to SOC Prime's premium content, so they can obtain security insights and uncover ways to bolster their threat detection and response capabilities.
Cyderes customers can now access SOC Prime content. Furthermore, customers that leverage SOCs or security information and event management (SIEM) tools outside of the managed services from Cyderes can license SOC Prime's Threat Detection Marketplace via an add-on subscription through Fishtech.
Cyderes has been busy with business expansion. The company in December 2020 began offering its managed security services on the Google Cloud Marketplace. In doing so, Cyderes provides Google Cloud users with access to its Managed Detection and Response (MDR), SOC as a Service (SOCaaS), Cloud Governance as a Service and Security Incident Response Team offerings, the company indicated.
Also, Cyderes in July 2020 launched its Cloud Native Analytics Platform (CNAP) SIEM solution. Built on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), CNAP extends the security analytics and data lake capabilities of the Google Chronicle platform, the company said.
Cyderes offers cybersecurity solutions to help organizations manage risk, detect threats and respond to security incidents. The company initially projected it would triple its year-over-year growth in 2020 and continues to explore ways to extend its cybersecurity market reach.