Netsurion empowers service providers, system integrators, and resellers to deliver secure and agile networks through the convergence of NOC and SOC capabilities. Our security operations platform, EventTracker, has been recognized for 11 years by Gartner on the Magic Quadrant for SIEM and is specifically designed for mid-market organizations. Our software-defined branch (SD-Branch) orchestration and security solution, BranchSDO, drives reduced cost and complexity coupled with increased scalability and security for branch locations.
What to look for when evaluating SDWAN solutions. Businesses are struggling to manage cost and complexity of network connectivity, security, and compliance. Multiple devices including routers, firewalls, cellular modems, access points, and switches are a primary driver of the challenge. Staffing and outsourcing to multiple vendors to address network deployment and configuration, network monitoring and […]
Do you know what questions to ask when evaluating 4G LTE Failover solutions? Get the critical insights you need to make the right choice and ensure your business has the best approach to always-on connectivity. The cost of network downtime or failing internet connectivity has never been higher due to incidents resulting in million-dollar losses […]
Technology is just the tip of the iceberg. Twenty percent of security operations consist of technology and tools, where 80 percent of security results are driven by the human element. Managed service providers (MSPs) are experiencing challenges offering complex cybersecurity tools to their end users due to staffing shortages, a trend we see continuing. With […]
This whitepaper lays out the real requirements for a SOC, and proposes a practical, affordable way to get the targeted, tailored protection your specific business needs without breaking the bank. Every business–no matter its size–is a bullseye for cyber criminals. Data breaches cost an average of $3.6 million globally, according to Ponemon. Many people think […]
In 2018, branch office Wide Area Network (WAN) technology has been increasingly moving toward software-defined networking for many reasons: agility, scalability, resiliency and, above all, cost-effectiveness. The Rise of SD-Branch Solutions Typically, a managed IT service provider has deployed multiple Customer-Premise Equipment (CPE) devices–router, next-gen firewall, Wi-Fi access points and cellular failover modems–to run a […]