CyFlare, a Top 200 MSSP, has unveiled a security operations center-as-a-service (SOCaaS) offering powered by the Stellar Cyber Open-XDR cybersecurity platform, according to a prepared statement. The news comes after Stellar Cyber raised $7.1 million in an expanded Series A financing round earlier this year.
With Open-XDR, CyFlare can automate threat correlation and hunting and leverage a data lake to access security information, Stellar Cyber noted. Open-XDR retrieves data from an organization's existing security tools, curates this information and uses it to provide cyber threat alerts.
Open-XDR also offers built-in native multi-tenant support to help CyFlare manage hundreds of customer accounts, Stellar Cyber stated. The platform detects threat incidents across physical and cloud environments, endpoints and networks.
Furthermore, Open-XDR supports more than 20 applications, Stellar Cyber stated. Open-XDR can be deployed as software in the cloud, private data centers or via a turnkey appliance and does not require organizations to swap out any of their existing security solutions.
A Closer Look at CyFlare
CyFlare provides SOC in a Box, a converged security platform that provides AI-based breach detection. SOC in a Box offers a variety of security capabilities, including:
- Cisco Umbrella security
- PCI, HIPAA and CIS control reporting
- Tenable Nessus vulnerability scanning
- Security information and event management (SIEM)
Along with SOC in a Box, CyFlare delivers several security services, such as:
- 24x7 SOC
- Email security
- Managed SIEM
- Remote access
- Web security
In addition, CyFlare offers a partner program that enables MSPs, VARs and technology resellers and integrators to resell or white-label its security offerings. The program requires no startup costs and provides access to enablement and sales and marketing tools and resources.