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Modern Canadian MSSP drives next-gen MDR with and Tines

Today's Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) are trying to grow their business quickly, improving margins and onboarding customers with high-quality tool sets that scale with the company. This means reducing cost, improving onboarding time, and building the next generation of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) to deal with threats that are increasing in volume and sophistication.

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Considering managed it security services? It is more important than ever to have a resilient security posture. Hackers are constantly looking for ways to exploit weaknesses in systems, and even a small data breach can have devastating consequences.


Sedara Named to MSSP Alert's Top 250 MSSPs List for 2022

The list and research identify and honor the top MSSPs (managed security service providers) worldwide. The rankings are based on MSSP Alert’s 2022 readership survey combined with the site’s editorial coverage of MSSP, MDR and MSP security providers. The sixth-annual list and research track the MSSP market’s ongoing growth and evolution.

How MSSPs can overcome challenging and uncertain economic times

Running an MSSP is no easy task. In this roundtable discussion, we are going to be exploring how MSSPs can thrive in these uncertain economic times. Security will continue to grow despite the economic conditions but client companies are going to become more price sensitive and this is going to impact MSSPs that compete on margin.

MSSPs: Streamline your customers' operations with Tines

Today, MSSPs are trying to scale their businesses quickly, onboard customers with high-quality tool sets that evolve with the company, and maintain or increase margins. This means reducing costs, improving onboarding time, and building the next generation of MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or MDR (Managed Detection and Response) company. Threats in their own and customer environments continue to grow for MSSPs, as does the technology stack to support them.