"Expel" Posts

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 02 June 2021

Today’s MSSP news involves BOLL, Coalition, Expel MDR, Fudo Security, IBM, Mosyle, Redacted funding, SentinelOne, Stellar Cyber, WatchGuard Technologies & more.

Top 40 Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Security Companies List

Top 40 managed detection & response (MDR) security companies. Based on Gartner MDR Market Guide 2020 plus MSSP Alert perspectives & analysis.

MSSP Expel Launches Security Service for AWS

MSSP & MDR service provider Expel launches Workbench for Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help organizations identify security risks in AWS cloud.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 02 February 2021

Today’s MSSP & MDR news involves ALTR, Athena, BITS, Blue Ridge Networks, Cyberpion, Expel, Ingram Micro, Ironscales, KPMG, McAfee, One Identity, Snowflake, Zensar & more.

Remote Security Operations Centers: 7 Key Learnings

How a security operations center (SOC) can shift to a 100 percent remote work business model. Expel shares key learnings.

Amazon Detective’s Role in AWS Cloud Security

How Amazon Detective makes it easier for AWS (Amazon Web Services) customers and their MDR (managed detection & response) providers to analyze, investigate and quickly identify the root cause of security findings or suspicious activities.

Microsoft MISA Security Software Group Embraces MSSPs, MDR Partners

Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) embraces MSSPs (managed security services providers) & MDR (managed detection and Response) partners. Here’s why.

Arctic Wolf SOCaaS: Annual Revenue Doubles

Security operations center-as-a-service provider (SOCaaS) Arctic Wolf sets revenue record in Q4 of fiscal year 2020. Plus Arctic Wolf annual revenues double.

SOCaaS Funding: Expel Raises $50 Million Series D

Capital G — the venture capital arm of Google parent Alphabet — leads Expel’s Series D funding for security operations center (SOC) as a service (SOCaaS).

MSSP Expel to Invest $1.4 Million, Create 164 Jobs

Expel, a Top 200 MSSP backed by venture funding, will invest $1.4 million in its Virginia operations & create 164 jobs across its cybersecurity business.