RSA Creates New Managed Security Service Program

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RSA, the security division of EMC Corp., has created a new program designed to unleash a new generation of managed security services.

RSA, the security division of EMC Corp., has created a new program designed to unleash a new generation of managed security services. The company also has signed Verizon Enterprise Solutions as its marquee global services partner to aid enterprise customers worldwide. Other partners include: Foreground Security, DataShield Consulting and Communication Valley Reply Group.

Because cyberthreats have become so advanced and damaging, the RSA Managed Security Partner (MSP) program will offer a technology platform and accompanying professional services and training that will help partners offer fully managed security and critical incident response services to customers.

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Leveraging intelligence-driven Security Operations Center (SOC) capabilities, paretners will be equipped to help enterprises of all sizes accelerate the detection, investigation, remediation, and management of security incidents and vulnerabilities.

All MSP program members will be able to adopt and build services around security operations solutions such as RSA Security Analytics, the RSA Critical Incident Response Solution, RSA Security Operations Management solution, RSA ECAT software, and RSA Advanced Cyber Defense Practice.  Together, the solutions will offer customers the following:

  • Advanced security monitoring for detection, investigation, remediation, and management capabilities;
  • Improved threat detection and investigative value that improves internally collected security telemetry with external threat and custom intelligence data;
  • Prioritized investigations and activity analysis based on context, criticality, and the location of sensitive data; and
  • Advanced endpoint malware detection and cleanup on endpoints and via the network.

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