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inSOC Unveils Start-Up SOC Service for MSPs

inSOC, a cybersecurity company that provides an artificial intelligence-based data breach detection platform, has introduced the Start-Up SOC security service for MSPs and MSSPs.

inSOC unveiled Start-Up SOC at this week's DattoCon Paris conference. The Start-Up SOC announcement comes after the company unveiled its One Stop SOC turnkey SOC solution at the DattoCon19 conference in San Diego, California earlier this year.

Start-Up SOC allows MSPs and MSSPs to select a subset of One Stop SOC security services, according to inSOC. In doing so, Start-Up SOC enables MSPs and MSSPs to offer specific security services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) or provide security services as part of existing managed services contracts.

MSPs and MSSPs can leverage Start-Up SOC to deliver security monitoring and event detection and vulnerability management offerings, inSOC said. They can use Start-Up SOC to deliver security services via dedicated agents and a cloud API, and no hardware is required to deliver these services.

Start-Up SOC is now available, and it is priced on a per user or device basis.

What Is One Stop SOC?

One Stop SOC provides MSPs and MSSPs with 24/7/365 SOC monitoring services, inSOC said. As such, One Stop SOC enables MSPs and MSSPs to protect customers' cloud and on-premise networks and help customers comply with regulatory requirements.

The following One Stop SOC packages are available:

  • Essential: Includes threat, event and incident alerting and asset inventory monitoring.
  • Power: Includes all Essential capabilities, along with SOC analysis, assistance and escalations and vulnerability scanning and reporting.
  • Premium: Includes all Power capabilities, along with compliance reports for HIPAA, PCI-DSS and other industry regulations.

inSOC also provides the MSP Protect service to complement One Stop SOC; MSP Protect helps safeguard MSPs and MSSPs against cyber attacks.

SOC as a Service for MSPs, MSSPs

A growing list of technology companies, distributors and service providers offer SOCaaS-type solutions to MSPs and MSSPs.

Here's a list of SOCaaS options for MSPs and MSSPs.

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.