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UK MSSP Endida Partners with Stellar Cyber, Expands Cybersecurity Services

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Endida is using the Stellar Cyber Open eXtended detection and response (XDR) platform to power its threat detection and response services.

Open XDR helps Endida's security teams onboard new customers and integrate their relevant security data sources into their operations, the company said in a prepared statement. In doing so, Open XDR provides Endida's customers with security insights within hours of onboarding.

Explainin how Stellar Cyber expands Endida's cybersecurity services, Endida CEO Fiona Whyte said:

“We are very selective in the technology we add to our tech stack. Once we saw what Stellar Cyber could do and how easy it is to use, we knew we had found the right platform to continue to evolve our services."

Martin Panter, Stellar Cyber's regional sales director, commented on what it means to have Endida as one of its MSSP partners:

"We are excited about bringing Endida into the Stellar Cyber family of MSSPs. At Stellar Cyber, we focus on bringing world-class security outcomes to the 99% of companies that are not fortunate enough to have massive security teams and budgets, and Endida has the same vision."

Cybersecurity Companies from Around the World Partner with Stellar Cyber

Along with Endida, Stellar Cyber has announced several cybersecurity partnerships that are helping the company extend its global reach, including:

  • PT Mega Buana Teknologi (MBT) is an Indonesia digital solutions provider that is using Open XDR to deliver network detection and response (NDR), security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) and other security capabilities.
  • Mimecast is an email security company that is utilizing Open XDR to protect organizations against phishing and other email-based threats.
  • SecuriCentrix is an MSSP that is leveraging Open XDR to help its security analysts address cyberattacks across customer environments.
  • NextGen Group Philippines is a Filipino technology services group that has deployed Open XDR to provide its partners with a unified platform that they can use to view their customers' security posture.

Why Cybersecurity Companies Are Partnering with Stellar Cyber

Open XDR automates threat hunting and response, Stellar Cyber noted. The platform helps security teams identify and address threats across an organization's attack surface. Also, OpenXDR has a multi-tier and multi-tenant architecture and comes with over 400 pre-built integrations to help security teams incorporate it into their operations.

MSSPs can join Stellar Cyber's Jumpstart Partner Program to integrate Open XDR into their offerings. This program helps MSSPs differentiate their security operations center (SOC) services from their rivals' and reduce their operating costs, Stellar Cyber indicated.

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.