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Trace3, ExtraHop Launch Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services

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Technology consultant Trace3 has partnered with managed detection and response (MDR) services provider Deepwatch to offer "end-to-end solutions that enable clients to keep pace with the dynamic cyber threat landscape and deliver exceptional service and security outcomes," according to a prepared statement.

Additionally, Trace3 has selected Deepwatch as its MDR partner for protecting its internal environment.

How Trace3 and Deepwatch Mesh

Trace3 will integrate Deepwatch's services into several of its solutions, including:

  • MDR powered by the Deepwatch security operations platform and the company's dedicated security experts
  • Managed Extended Detection & Response (MXDR)
  • Managed Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR)
  • Managed Vulnerability Management
  • Firewall Management

Trace3 and Deepwatch will ensure that their joint customers will "have the industry's most comprehensive threat detection and response capabilities together with dedicated experts," said Lori Cornmesser, Deepwatch's SVP of global channel sales and alliances. As such, the companies can help these customers mitigate risk and improve their security posture.

Meanwhile, Trace3 and Deepwatch both offer partner programs. The companies continue to explore partnership opportunities with MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers.

ExtraHop, Binary Defense Partner for Managed NDR Solution

Along with Trace3 and Deepwatch announcing a partnership, ExtraHop and Binary Defense are now working together to deliver the Reveal(x) 360 network detection and response (NDR) solution.

Reveal(x) provides ExtraHop and Binary customers with unified security across on-premises and cloud environments, the companies said. The solution leverages ExtraHop sensors deployed in data centers, clouds and remote sites to decrypt and analyze network traffic. In addition, Reveal(x) utilizes artificial intelligence for behavioral analysis and real-time threat detection and investigation.

Reveal(x) also applies ExtraHop's NDR capabilities to help users eliminate security blind spots and detect lateral movement, the company said. It is backed by Binary's security operations center (SOC), which provides round-the-clock security monitoring.

MSSPs can integrate Reveal(x) into their offerings via ExtraHop's Panorama Partner Program. In doing so, they can provide a network traffic analysis solution and access threat intelligence to help their customers protect against current and emerging cyber threats.

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.