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July 9, 2020 By Melissa Liton

Building a Security Practice Powered by Cloud SIEM

It has never been a more challenging (or better) time to be a service provider for managed security services. With an estimated 1,200+ vendors selling a variety of security solutions today, businesses are looking for help to manage the complexities of supporting these technologies while protecting critical data. According to Gartner, the managed security service (MSS) market is expected to grow to nearly $50 billion by 2023, and last year 32% of organizations increased their use of outside services due to shortages in available resources.

SIEM is the cornerstone of any MSS portfolio as it provides the controls required for security compliance, the ability to alert on indicators of compromise, and a data repository for forensic investigation. To help service providers deliver the value of a Cloud SIEM and the full spectrum visibility across hybrid environments, we are excited to announce the launch of Practice Builder, a new end-to-end program designed for managed service providers (MSPs), managed security service providers (MSSPs) and managed detection and response (MDRs) providers to build a customizable cloud-native security practice leveraging Sumo Logic’s Cloud SIEM as the core platform.

Sumo Logic's VP of Global Alliances Jabari Norton talks about the value of Practice Builder and why it’s important to choose the right platform to provide managed security services while delivering demonstrable value to customers.

Interested in learning more? Click here or send an email to partners@sumologic.com.

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Melissa Liton

Melissa Liton is the director of global communications at Sumo Logic where she spends her time sharing all of the goodness of Sumo Logic with media, analysts and the social media sphere.

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