Now the time to adjust your security strategy before your perimeter defenses are no longer effective against cyberattacks. Beyond prevention, you need swift breach detection and remediation to minimize the time criminals spend in your environment and the harm they can cause.
As a leading Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP), P2PSYSTEM not only offers monitoring and detection services but around-the-clock rapid response and remediation services.
Actively searching for threats is important for keeping your business safe. To find threats, you need a team that monitors and manages your environment 24x7x365, using advanced technology and analytics.
The most precious resource for a threat is time. So your security strategy must include an approach to closing the breach window as quickly as possible to get the bad guys out before they can cause harm.
Traditional managed service providers simply notify you of a breach, leaving it up to you to respond. But we act on anomalous events immediately, on your behalf, based on pre-approved actions.
Maintaining a fully staffed, around-the-clock security team can be expensive. But by turning to a MSSP with the resources and experience to detect and respond to security events on your behalf, you can help ensure your environment's security while reducing your TCO.
When you need help securing your P2PSYSTEM-supported cloud across AWS, VMware, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft HyperV and traditional dedicated environments turn to our Managed Security Services.
Our Customer Security Operations Center (CSOC) is staffed 24x7x36 by best-in-breed, GCIA- and GCIH-certified security analysts whose credentials meet or surpass industry standards.
Unlike many other managed security service providers, we not only detect but also rapidly respond to threats performing appropriate remediation based on pre-approved actions.
We actively counteract threats using industry-leading host and network protection, threat intelligence and security analytics, log management and vulnerability management technologies.
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