Managed Security Service Offering from Solera Gets Update

Managed security services provider (MSSP) Solera Networks has released Solera DeepSee MSSP service offering to assist security service providers (SSPs) with combating advanced threats, targeted attacks, and security breaches. The offering provides on-site, cloud-based, virtual and physical managed security services solutions to address unique customer needs. Here are the details.

The Solera Networks DeepSee platform monitors and records network packets, flows, files, and applications, according to the company in a statement. In addition, Solera Networks integrates with security providers including McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, Sourcefire, Splunk, and others. The company's ability to integrate with security providers allows MSSPs to offer security services that are tailored to each customer’s needs while leveraging their existing infrastructure.

The Solera DeepSee MSSP service offering enables managed security providers to deliver:

  • DeepSee Customer On-site Service -- On-site service enables MSSP professionals to provide visibility and continuous monitoring on-site. A range of deployment options include appliances, software and virtual appliance.
  • DeepSee In-The-Cloud Service -- Cloud-based or hosted security services are supported, enhancing visibility into the private or public cloud.
  • DeepSee Incident Response Servic -- A solution-as-a-service feature with on-demand incident response, investigation and security assurance, to expedite incident responses and mitigate security breaches.
Solera Networks prides itself in situational awareness, organizational policy compliance, security incident response, data loss analysis, and security assurance. Solera Networks sells software-based solutions to Global 2000 enterprise customers and government agencies. To learn more about Solera Networks's MSSP partner program, visit the company's website.
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