Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)
A managed security service provider (MSSP) provides outsourced monitoring and management of security devices and systems. Common services include managed firewall, intrusion detection, virtual private network, vulnerability scanning and anti-viral services. MSSPs use high-availability security operation centers (either from their own facilities or from other data center providers) to provide 24/7 services designed to reduce the number of operational security personnel an enterprise needs to hire, train and retain to maintain an acceptable security posture.
An individual or entity that performs services for a service recipient in exchange for compensation or other taxable benefits. Common types of service providers include: Employees. Independent contractors. Outside (non-employee) directors.
Software-defined security is a set of the security model in which the information security in a computing environment is regulated and managed by security software. Most of the security controls like segmentation of the network, detection of ...
Managed Antivirus is a centrally managed software option that protects all of the computers at a business from virus threats. The “managed” part means that an IT provider installs the software on a company’s computers and other devices and schedules ...
Service Level Agreement (SLA)
A service level agreement (SLA) is a contract that establishes a set of deliverables that one party (the service provider) has agreed to provide another (the client). An SLA defines the level of service you can expect from a vendor, laying out the ...
A subscription- or software-based service that manages and monitors your logs, devices, clouds, network and assets for internal IT teams. The service provides companies with the knowledge and skills necessary to combat cyber-security threats.