Security as a Service

What is Security as a Service?

The world would be a better place without state-sponsored cyber-attacks… without criminals working to steal your data… without, every so often, one of your own employees becoming a threat. But these are realities we live with today. Proactive measures are the only option. The moment your environment is compromised, it’s already too late. Security is square one.



  • Managed Security is expected to grow from $17B in 2016 to $33B in 2021 (Markets & Markets)
  • A new company is hit with ransomware every 40 seconds (Kaspersky Security Bulletin)
  • 91% of companies feel vulnerable to hacks (CFO Magazine)
  • 79% of global companies experienced a cyber-crime in the past 12 months (Source: pwC/CIO & CSO
  • Magazine, Global State of Information Security Survey)
  • $4 million dollars is the average cost of a security breach (IBM)



  • What security or compliance regulations do you need to adhere to?
  • When is the last time you went through a third-party security assessment?
  • Do you have a security team on staff 24/7?
  • In the event of an attack, what policies or procedures do you have in place?
  • Do you have a SIEM or log management system? If so, how do you manage it?



  • Pen Test - an attempt to gain access to a network or application via simulated attack; often required for compliance such as PCI
  • Risk Assessment - the practice of evaluating an organization’s or IT environment’s current security posture with suggested recommendations for improvement; often performed in reference to a specific security standard or compliance regulation
  • Managed SIEM - a real-time, managed solution for Security Information & Event Management, designed to provide a holistic view of a customer’s environment and correlate various data sources to identify threats
  • DDoS Mitigation - a solution designed to block Distributed Denial of Service attacks from taking down a network or online application; especially relevant for businesses that do business online
  • Access Control - a technique to regulate who or what can use resources or applications on a network; can include Single Sign-On and Identity Access Management
  • Perimeter Security - a broad approach to fortify the boundaries of a network; may include firewalls, Virtual Private Networks, intrusion detection, and intrusion prevention.
  • Endpoint Protection - a unified solution to protect desktops, laptops, and mobile devices; features include anti-virus, anti-spyware, and personal firewall
  • Incident Response - an organized, forensic approach to investigate and remediate a security breach; can be on-demand or via monthly retainer


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