DattoCon23: Seceon Unveils New XDR Platform

Seceon has announced aiXDR-PMax, a platform that provides the company's MSSP and MSP partners with "comprehensive protection, detection [and] automatic remediation," the business said.

The company introduced aiXDR-PMax at the Kaseya DattaCon23 conference, which is taking place October 2-4 in Miami, Florida.

What Seceon aiXDR-PMax Offers

aiXDR-PMax is intended for MSSPs and MSPs that want to offer advanced security services, Seceon noted. It generates security alerts, automatically applies an organization's security policies to them and removes or contains identified threats.

Key features of aiXDR-PMax include:

  • Data control and protection
  • File integrity monitoring
  • Security posture monitoring

Seceon's MSSP and MSP partners can integrate aiXDR-PMax into their existing endpoint detection and response (EDR) and endpoint protection platform (EPP) stack, Seceon said.

Or, these partners can deploy the platform via Seceon's EDR and EPP agents, which use artificial intelligence, machine learning and threat models to help MSSPs and MSPs understand their customers' assets, applications and user behavior and identify exploits, Seceon stated.

Seceon Expands Its Security Capabilities, Leadership Team

The aiXDR-PMax announcement comes after Seceon in August 2023 purchased Helixera, a big data analytics company. With the acquisition, Seceon customers can use Helixera's Pattern Scanning Engine to analyze their data, the companies said. Seceon also hired Helixera founder Waldek Mikolajczyk as vice president of cybersecurity solutions architecture.

Along with acquiring Helixera, Seceon in August 2023 hired IT channel veteran Amy Luby as its vice president of ecosystem and channel chief. Previously, Seceon in June 2023 added IT channel veteran Peter Christou as its SVP of strategic partnerships and sales.

A Closer Look at Seceon

Seceon helps organizations detect and block threats and stop data breaches. It offers technologies that augment and automate MSSP and MSP security services and collect telemetry from logs, identity management, networks, endpoints, clouds and applications.

Over 300 partners are using Seceon's technologies to resell and/or run security services with automated cyber threat remediation and continuous compliance, the company noted. They are reselling or running these services for over 7,500 customers.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.