C2 allows businesses to monitor network traffic, syslogs and server event logs and ingest logs from Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud services, according to a prepared statement. It also includes reports for PCI, HIPAA and CIS Top 20 controls and custom reports and dashboards.
C2 is now available via CyFlare global resellers. In addition, CyFlare partners can provide C2 as a white-labeled compliance solution.
How Does CyFlare Work with Channel Partners?
CyFlare enables channel partners to offer cybersecurity, managed detection and response (MDR) and MSSP consulting services without requiring them to build a security operations center (SOC), the company said. It has no sales representatives and provides its SOC in a Box platform exclusively via channel partners.
SOC in a Box was launched in May and allows channel partners to track network traffic flows, ingest security logs and obtain executive security briefing reports that summarize the state of a customer's security program, CyFlare indicated. It also provides security information and event management (SIEM), sandboxing and other breach detection capabilities and access to dedicated security analysts who perform incident monitoring and response.
SOC in a Box ships pre-configured and can be implemented as an agent, container or virtual or physical appliance on standard x86 architecture, CyFlare said. It can be deployed onto a server or inside VMware, kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) or as a Docker container.
What Is CyFlare?
CyFlare provides a variety of cybersecurity services and solutions, including:
- Chief Information Security Officer and Security Engineering.
- Cybersecurity Risk Assessments.
- Managed AlienVault SIEM.
- Penetration Testing.
Furthermore, CyFlare offers advanced endpoint protection, cybersecurity awareness training and other managed security services. It also provides a white-label program that empowers channel partners to deliver SOC services across the United States.