MAGIC QUADRANT FOR MSSPS NORTH AMERICA PDF

This will drive channel alliances and provide opportunities for smaller, regional MSSPs to enter the market. Vertical, industry and geographic strategy include the ability and commitment to service. Quadfant Casper The market for managed security services in Europe is mature. Ubizen has limited visibility or channel support in the United States.

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What You Need to Know The majority of enterprises that outsource the monitoring and management of perimeter security will increase their security level at equal or reduced costs to internal efforts. Enterprises should focus internal security resources on internal security issues and architectures, and outsource repetitive, external-facing tasks to managed security service providers.

Analysis Although there were few major changes in market positions, managed security services MSSs continued to show steady growth in the first half of Three factors drove this growth: Large enterprises continued to restrict head count growth and pushed to outsource many IT functions that were not considered core competencies.

Although enterprises are often reluctant to outsource security functions, the relentless push to keep fixed costs down spurred many large enterprises to look at managed security service providers MSSPs. The last big wave of intrusion detection system IDS purchases drove outsourcing decisions in many smaller enterprises.

Although many enterprises have delayed increasing their investment in IDSs, many enterprises that have deployed IDS sensors are considering MSSPs as a way to handle the flood of false alarms. The Slammer worm and other high-profile attacks drove enterprises to look for services support. With the high-visibility worm attacks in early , many enterprises looked to managed services to provide more-rapid notification of vulnerabilities, attacks and solutions.

There were no major mergers or acquisitions in the MSSP market during the first half of Monitoring capacity still exceeds near-term demand, and more consolidation will occur during In particular, system integrators and network service providers will acquire small and midsize MSSPs to gain security expertise and back-end monitoring capabilities.

Many midsize MSSPs will be amenable to this because the last round of acquisitions allowed larger players, such as Symantec and VeriSign, to win competitions where size mattered. This will continue to be a differentiator for successful MSSPs. The next most important factor is the reporting and portal services provided by the MSSP.

MSSP customers need to have access to several levels of data and reports to feel that they maintain control. Pricing remains a strong factor in procurement. Vulnerability management services will be important new revenue sources for MSSPs.

This includes automated vulnerability scanning over the Internet and from inside the enterprise firewall , threat information services and active firewall policy management. Patch management will not be a major outsourced service.

The channel conflicts of being a security product vendor and an independent managed service provider will continue to be a challenge for Symantec. Guardent announced new services offering for vulnerability management and received high grades for service and support from Gartner clients.

Guardent continues to grow the amount of devices it has under management in the United States, but it needs to increase its visibility in other regions.

Challengers Computer Sciences Corp. However, many enterprises that have business with these companies include them on requests for proposal and often find that the path of least resistance is to add security monitoring and management to established contracts. Science Applications International Corp. SAIC has grown the scope of its security services portfolio and its challenge is to give its managed security offering a distinctive place in security-related consulting, research and Information Sharing and Analysis Center ISAC offerings.

Equant expanded its managed security offerings and has a good reputation for service and support. Visionaries Ubizen is a larger presence in European markets than in the United States. Ubizen announced that due diligence discussions in anticipation of a sale of the company ended without a sale.

It needs to demonstrate that it is viable financially over the long term. Counterpane also announced plans to expand its offerings to include security consulting services that will address its major deficiency.

RedSiren made progress in the financial services and state government market. As it moves away from the product reselling business, RedSiren needs to leverage its security research and training to raise its profile. NetSolve has not had a major market impact because of limited business development and marketing focus, and lack of a deep security consulting offering.

With a new management team, and a renewed focus on managed security, more MSSP activity will occur from NetSolve, especially in the area of integrating security management with other network and infrastructure management services.

Niche Players Internet Security Systems ISS has had success in managing installations of its Real Secure IDS product, but it will face challenges as its product mix shifts toward the firewall and intrusion prevention market.

This will cause channel conflicts with Checkpoint and other firewall vendors, as well as reduce outsourcing demand driven by IDS performance. Sprint continues to offer managed security services, but does not appear to consider it a major area of business focus. MCI must demonstrate that it can maintain a focus on managed security services as it works its way through financial difficulties. SecureWorks acquired TesserEye, a small service provider in Texas that is focused on the credit union and regional bank market.

Netsec brought in a new management team and has successfully expanded beyond its federal government base. It obtained additional penetration in large commercial accounts. LURHQ has expanded beyond its regional base and opened a second operations center. Solutionary built on its strong technology base by establishing sales channels and expanding beyond its regional base. VeriSign refocused on managed security services as a major business area, and has won several sizeable MSS deals.

VeriSign can correlate some unique data feeds with MSSP data, such as domain name systems and payment fraud sources. Not on the Chart There are a number of entrants to the MSSP market for which Gartner has not received client feedback or that offer limited security offerings: Qwest has expanded its managed security services offerings to focus on its managed virtual private network services.

NUVO is a Canadian company with managed security offerings as part of an overall managed services portfolio. TruSecure began to focus more on the security software market. Key Issues How will the information security service market evolve? What risks and opportunities will be presented to users by information security consultants and outsourcers? Acronym Key.

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Purchase, New York and Singapore. Atos provides threat intelligence and vulnerability notifications to customers using tools and services from partners like McAfee and Tripwire. Atos offers incident response and remediation activities as part of its core services in the form of forensic analysis and custom malware analysis, as well as offering optional threat hunting services and EDR leveraging CrowdStrike, for example. UK reports.

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What You Need to Know The majority of enterprises that outsource the monitoring and management of perimeter security will increase their security level at equal or reduced costs to internal efforts. Enterprises should focus internal security resources on internal security issues and architectures, and outsource repetitive, external-facing tasks to managed security service providers. Analysis Although there were few major changes in market positions, managed security services MSSs continued to show steady growth in the first half of Three factors drove this growth: Large enterprises continued to restrict head count growth and pushed to outsource many IT functions that were not considered core competencies. Although enterprises are often reluctant to outsource security functions, the relentless push to keep fixed costs down spurred many large enterprises to look at managed security service providers MSSPs. The last big wave of intrusion detection system IDS purchases drove outsourcing decisions in many smaller enterprises. Although many enterprises have delayed increasing their investment in IDSs, many enterprises that have deployed IDS sensors are considering MSSPs as a way to handle the flood of false alarms.

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