Tech Data reports that its Security Practice has seen growing interest in LogPoint’s security information and event management (SIEM) solutions as security-focused MSPs mobilise to meet the changing needs of customers that have had to become more agile and dynamic to cope with COVID-19.
These include a growing requirement to bring all security solutions under one unified, coherent managed service.
Tech Data’s Security Practice has been working with a number of MSPs to assist them in integrating SIEM solutions into their proposition and developing the skills needed to deliver SIEM’s benefits to customers.
SIEM also brings significant new business opportunities from the sale of related security solutions and technologies, such as compliance and business analytics.
Alison Nixon, Tech Data’s Business Unit Director – Security, UK, said: “With the trend towards adopting modern workplace best practice, including remote working, there is a real need to bring data from different systems together and to identify patterns of behaviour or signs of compromise and attack. Tech Data’s Security Practice has been supporting partners in meeting that requirement with expertise, enablement, training and support services on SIEM that allows our partners to improve the cybersecurity and compliance postures of their customers and build a high-value proposition, around which they can wrap value-added and managed security services.”
LogPoint SIEM detects cyberthreats anywhere in the network in real time; provides a centralised view of the state of cybersecurity; and delivers advanced analytics and threat-hunting capabilities to cybersecurity teams.
With a licensing model based on nodes rather than data volume, MSPs can deploy a multi-tenanted model for SIEM at a predictable cost. Licenses can be flexed up or down quarterly, across an MSP’s entire customer base or for individual customers, with the MSP taking full control from the centre.