Should You Sell SOC-as-a-Service?
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|Featured Speakers||David Strom|
For MSSPs, offering security operations centers as a services can be a very profitable proposition — enough to offset the high cost of staffing and software. Given that a recent ESG survey showed 53% of enterprise IT pros have “a problematic shortage” of cybersecurity skills at their organizations, demand for SOC expertise is strong.
In this webinar, noted security journalist David Strom will explain how MSPs and MSSPs can approach this opportunity from a variety of directions, such as combining managed security event, threat detection and endpoint security. We’ll look at what services are required and how they can be packaged, what the existing marketplace looks like, and the best vendors to partner with.
- What skills you need to be successful and how many SOCs are needed to serve customers well.
- How SOC as a service differs from selling overall managed services or network operation center services.
- Why it’s critical to assemble the right collection of component tools, such as security event monitoring, network-layer threat monitoring and detection, log analysis, vulnerability scanning and incident response.
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David Strom, Security Journalist
David Strom is a world-known expert on networking and communications technologies. David has worked extensively in the Information Technology end-user computing industry and has managed editorial operations for trade publications in the network computing, electronics components, computer enthusiast, reseller channel and security markets. He is also a frequent speaker at tech industry and business conferences around the world.