RocketCyber, a threat monitoring platform provider, has launched three Microsoft Office 365 security apps for MSPs.
The apps provide Office 365 and Azure Active Directory (AD) threat visibility and intelligence and include the following:
- Office 365 Login Analyzer: Detects logins outside expected geolocations, known malicious IP addresses and cyber threats.
- Office 365 Log Monitor: Provides multi-tenant security event log monitoring for Office 365 account users, groups, Azure AD and more.
- Office 365 Secure Score: Offers itemized control plans across Office 365 tenants.
The Office 365 apps are now available. In addition, RocketCyber will showcase the apps at the ASCII IT Summit in Long Beach, California on February 26.
In some ways, the launches sound similar to new Perch Security Office 365 security tools -- which surfaced at last week's PerchyCon 2020 conference in Tampa, Florida. In Perch's case, the offerings are promoted to MSPs and MSSPs.
Introducing RocketCyber Defender Manager
RocketCyber's Office 365 apps come after the company in September launched the Defender Manager multi-tenant command-and-control app for the Microsoft Defender antivirus and advanced threat protection solution.
Defender Manager offers anti-malware, anti-ransomware and threat monitoring capabilities to help MSPs protect organizations against cyberattacks, RocketCyber said. It also provides a dashboard view of malicious activity, attack surface reduction rules and ransomware protection and allows MSPs to manage Microsoft Defender across their devices.
What Is RocketCyber?
MSPs can leverage RocketCyber's threat monitoring platform to deliver billable security services to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), the company stated. That way, MSPs can provide threat detection apps to safeguard organizations against cloud, endpoint and network attacks.
Furthermore, RocketCyber allows MSPs to deliver white-labeled SaaS and managed security services, including managed endpoint detection and response (EDR) and managed security operations center (SOC) offerings, the company said. It also works with MSPs to help approximately 30.8 million SMBs combat cyberattacks.