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Benefits of Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP)

An MSSP is intended to augment or replace an organization’s internal security team. By partnering with an MSSP, a company can reap several benefits:

Filling Vacant Roles

The cybersecurity skills gap means that filling vacant positions on an organization’s internal security team can be difficult and expensive. Partnering with an MSSP enables an organization to fill gaps within its internal security team or to replace it entirely.

Access to Specialist Expertise

Limited cybersecurity headcount isn’t the only impact of the cybersecurity skills gap. Organizations also periodically require access to specialized cybersecurity expertise (such as malware analysts or forensics specialists) if an incident has occurred. An MSSP has the scale required to retain this expertise in-house and makes it available to customers as needed.

Round-the-Clock Protection

Cyberattacks can occur at any time, not just during an organization’s standard business hours. An MSSP should provide a 24/7 SOC, providing continual detection and response to potential cyberattacks.

Increased Security Maturity

Many organizations, especially small and medium-sized businesses, do not have the level of cybersecurity maturity that they require. With an MSSP, SMBs can rapidly deploy a mature cybersecurity solution.

Solution Configuration and Management

Cybersecurity solutions are most effective when they are configured and managed by an expert. When partnering with an MSSP, an organization gains the benefit of expert security management without paying to have the required talent in-house.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership

Many cybersecurity solutions offer support for multi-tenancy and high scalability. This enables an MSSP to use the same solution to support multiple clients, spreading the cost of a robust cybersecurity infrastructure across their client base.

Compliance Support

The regulatory landscape is growing more complex as new data protection regulations (such as the GDPR and the CCPA) join existing laws (like HIPAA and PCI DSS). An MSSP can help with collecting data and generating reports for demonstrating compliance during audits or after a potential incident.

What we help with

Our Service Categories


Monitor networks and devices for security threats and respond as needed.

Endpoint security:
To protect individual devices that are connected to clients' network infrastructure.

NOC/SOC services: To monitor and respond to all types of network and general security events.

Network firewalls: To help prevent unauthorized access to your clients' internal networks.

Network perimeter-level security: Along with firewalls, it helps to enforce a security boundary between internal and external network resources.

Threat intelligence:
To identify security threats and risks, and help prioritize different types of threats.

Data Security

Secure data by providing backup and recovery services, as well as scanning for malware or other threats embedded within data.

Anti-malware: To help identify and address malicious code within clients' systems, infrastructure, and applications.

Backup and disaster recovery: Protects clients' data against the risk of loss due to security breaches and other disruptions. It also helps ensure that there is a "clean" version of data to restore if systems are compromised.

Digital forensics: Investigating security incidents to determine what went wrong and prevent them from recurring.

Application whitelisting and data-loss prevention: To help distinguish known-safe resources from potentially malicious ones.

Email security:
To mitigate the risk of phishing and other types of email-borne attacks.

Risk & Vulnerability Management

Vulnerability scanning and patching: Helps identify known vulnerabilities within applications and address them.

Penetration testing: Simulates attacks that cybercriminals might perform to evaluate robustness of customer's infrastructure

Security policy reviews: To identify misconfigurations that could lead to security vulnerabilities, as well as opportunities to make security policies even stronger.

Intrusion detection:
To monitor for and respond to intrusions and intrusion attempts.

Identity & Access Management

Managing accounts, user access, and authentication

User access and management rights: To establish permission-based policies that enforce who can access which resources.

Authentication and authorization:
To enforce permissions-based access to resources.

Data governance services:
Helps create best practices for managing an organization's data in a secure, reliable way.

Managed Security Service Pricing

Packages can be bundled up based on your needs

*prices are based on 1 TB Bandwidth and 100k file requests per month. 
We bill customers minimum of $150 per month based on combined total of the bandwidth and request usage.


Billed monthly


Threat intelligence

Network firewalls

Security policy reviews

Intrusion Detection

Application whitelisting and data-loss prevention

Biweekly Security Reports

Daily Traffic Monitoring

Offload almost 80% of your Origin Traffic

Professional Service - 2 Hours Included


Billed monthly


All from Plus


Endpoint security

NOC/SOC services 

Digital forensics

User access and management rights

 Authentication and authorization

Data governance services

Professional Service - 3 Hours Included


Billed annually

Contact for Price

Customized Bundle from the above categories

Professional Services - add on

Penetration testing - add on