Hughes Network Systems LLC, echo star The company (Nasdaq: SATS) has expanded its suite of managed cybersecurity services for distributed enterprises to include: Managed detection and response (MDR) and SOC as a service (SOCaaS).
The new product brings the benefits of in-house, enterprise-level protection to small businesses, along with Hughes’ network security expertise, tailored and scaled to meet their needs.
Big companies have in-house experts and even their own experts security operations center (SOC) to mitigate cyber threats, small businesses (companies with up to 1,000 employees) can now access the same capabilities in Hughes. With the addition of MDR and SOCaaS, Hughes now offers a robust suite of managed security services to help prevent, detect, and respond to threats targeting small businesses.
Through both automation and the attention of trained security professionals, the new Hughes MDR service protects businesses from cybercriminals with proactive intervention, real-time incident response, and proactive threat containment.
Through the SOCaaS service, Hughes-certified SOC analysts monitor and respond to threats to customer networks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, leveraging Hughes’ decades of network security expertise. I am using my experience. Both services allow SOC analysts to monitor Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and provide customers with insight into their network security posture through real-time dashboards.
“Small and medium-sized businesses, like large enterprises, are at increased risk of cyber-attacks such as phishing, malware and ransomware, but typically lack the in-house expertise to mitigate these threats.,” Said Dan Rasmussen, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Division, Hughes. “Built on 50 years of managing our own networks and those of our corporate and government customers, our managed security services put enterprise-level protection in the hands of small businesses.”