Top 200 MSSPs: Cybersecurity Company List and Research for 2019
Top 200 MSSPs for 2019: Companies 50 to 41
50. Arctic Wolf Networks
Sunnyvale, California, USA
Arctic Wolf Networks offers SOC as a Service, and shifted to a pure channel strategy in 2019. The company acquired risk assessment and vulnerability tools in late 2018 — a few weeks after raising $45 million in Series C funding.
New York, New York, USA
KPMG has been in acquisition and partnership mode, expanding its managed cyber practice worldwide. Key deals include acquiring buying Cyberinc’s IAM business (2018); promoting a cyber apprentice program to build talent in the market; partnering with Okta; acquring Egyde for cyber testing (2018); and partnering with BlackBerry Cylance.
Portland, Oregon, USA
Anitian, a former VAR and MSSP that now offers cloud-based securty services, recently raised $11 million in Series A funding.
Fujitsu has been growing its MSSP and cyber practices both organically and through partnerships. Key moves include leveraging forensic technology; partnering with BlackBerry Cylance for endpoint protection; and partnering with Cybereason for threat hunting.
46. Booz Allen Hamilton
McLean, Virginia, USA
Booz Allen Hamilton is well known within the government market. The company acquired Morphick for MDR services in 2017, and won a $1 billion cybersecurity deal with the U.S. federal government in 2018.
45. InteliSecure Inc.
Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA
InteliSecure protect more than 500 customers with over 2 million managed users.
New York, New York, USA
Presidio is best known as a midmarket IT solutions provider for digital and hybrid IT services. But the company revealed growing security revenues during earnings call in 2018, and then purchased cyber specialist Red Sky Solutions for $41 million. Most recently, private equity firm BC Partners acquired Presidio for $2.1 billion.
43. Security On-Demand
San Diego, California, USA
The company’s flagship ThreatWatch platform is well known in the MSSP market. Security On-Demand branched out into threat hunting in 2018.
Herndon, Virginia, USA
Expel in June 2019 raised $40 million in Series C funding led by venture capital firm Index Ventures. Expel previously raised $20 million in Series B financing in April 2018. The company has also partnered with Endgame, an endpoint protection platform provider.
41. JLS Technology USA
Newark, New Jersey, USA
The company’s IT services extend beyond traditional monitoring to include social media management, talent recruitment and cybersecurity services.
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