News and Events
News and Events
Dear Partners, Like many of you, the StratoZen leadership team has been asking ourselves what we can do to help during these difficult times. Obviously, cybersecurity services are even more critical as businesses are suddenly required to support a remote workforce.
In response to the World Health Organization’s recent characterization of COVID-19 as a pandemic, StratoZen would like to assure our partners and clients that we are monitoring the situation closely and have prepared for continued operations and employee safety during such an event.
StratoZen, a leading provider of Co-Managed SIEM, SIEM-as-a-Service, and SOC-as-a-Service, has just announced new, detailed response guidance for all clients. The in-depth articles provide context, explanation, and action items written by StratoZen’s SOC team, and embedded directly into high-priority notifications. The Utah-based cybersecurity company developed this enhancement to better equip its Managed Service Provider (MSP) partners and enterprise clients with the critical information needed to immediately respond to cybersecurity threats.
Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) has been getting a lot of attention recently. I thought it would be good to take a moment and discuss what it is and why it is important to the industry. Gartner was the first to formally define SOAR: “SOAR refers to technologies that enable organizations to collect inputs monitored by the security operations team.
We here at StratoZen thrive when our clients do, and this is only possible when they have effective cybersecurity tools and practices in place. Of course, this requires collaboration between cybersecurity companies, MSPs and businesses looking to deploy these services. This idea is what helps companies grow, and we’re able to keep this information and knowledge flowing by attending the IT Nation Connect.
Every year, technology industry leaders and professionals from around the world unite at the IT Nation Connect Conference. If you’ve never heard of it, IT Nation Connect comes from ConnectWise, an information technology company located in Tampa, Florida. This conference allows those attending to hear from some of the more impactful speakers.
July 15, 2019 Today, we’re excited to announce the hire of cybersecurity veteran, Chris Gebhardt, to lead StratoZen’s SOC-as-a-Service (SOCaaS) and SIEM support teams as VP of Operations. He started in mid-June of this year and has spent the past few weeks transitioning all day-to-day operations and client support under his leadership.
You may have seen the press release from Tech Data announcing the new partnership StratoZen and Tech Data have formed to provide managed security services for MSPs and MSSPs. The response from the channel community has been fantastic so I thought I’d take a few moments to describe the partnership in more detail.
We’re very excited to announce that we’re moving our headquarters and Security Operations Center to a new office! Don’t worry, we’re not going far. Our new office is just a couple miles down the road and still in Draper, UT – a suburb of Salt Lake City and right in the heart of Silicon Slopes.
Release Date: June 13, 2018 Salt Lake City, UT — Today StratoZen, the leading master MSSP providing cybersecurity solutions for MSPs and MSSPs, announced general availability of its ZenSight vulnerability scanning and reporting service. Today’s release follows the introduction of the service in late February and meets StratoZen’s commitment to release the services in Q2.
Integrated vulnerability scanning, risk-based customer reports, and an upgraded SLA expand StratoZen’s SIEM-as-a-Service and SOC-as-a-Service solutions for MSP and MSSP partners Salt Lake City, UT — Today at the Fortinet Accelerate 18 conference, StratoZen, the leading master MSSP providing cybersecurity solutions for MSPs and MSSPs, announced several major enhancements to its SIEM-as-a-Service and SOC-as-a-Service offerings.
Today marks a big day for me, and what I hope will be a big day for IT security, compliance, and the managed service provider industry. And I’m feeling a bit nostalgic. Not because I have launched a second managed security service provider company, but because the industry and landscape feel very similar to what it felt like back in 2000.