Blueshift Cybersecurity and Service Provider Partners Announce Alliance

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Partners combine resources to provide managed enterprise-grade cyber protection to the clients of MSPs.

 

Blueshift Cybersecurity™ and Service Provider Partners™ today announced a global alliance to provide enterprise-grade cyber protection to the clients of MSPs. Blueshift XDR™ is the first managed cybersecurity service that offers efficient and cost-effective cybersecurity protection for SMB businesses and the defense industry.  Blueshift XDR™ combines industry-unique detection and response capabilities with a dedicated security-operations center to deliver effective, comprehensive, and affordable cybersecurity protection to organizations of all sizes.

Service Provider Partners (SPP) helps MSPs create a completely cyber-secure environment for their clients with no financial risk to the MSPs.  They do this through providing fully managed and white-glove cybersecurity services that consist of an a-la-carte selection of enterprise-grade software stack and expert incident response support under a pay-as-you-go system.

The alliance will provide SPP clients with Detection and Response, SIEM, Vulnerability Detection, and industry-unique Cigent Plus™ Zero-Trust Data Defense, all managed services monitored by Blueshift’s Security Operations Center.

“Service Provider Partners is a perfect partner for Blueshift,” said Greg Scasny, Chief Technology Officer at Blueshift Cybersecurity.  “They have established trusted security partnerships with many MSPs of all sizes.  By working closely together, we can advance the cybersecurity interests of SPP’s client base.”

According to the 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report, 43% of all data breaches involve small and medium-sized businesses.  Currently available security solutions do not meet SMB organizations’ needs.  This partnership between Blueshift Cybersecurity & SPP will allow organizations to confidently offload cybersecurity responsibilities and meet compliance mandates, such as CMMC, with fully-managed layered protection, detection, and response capabilities coupled with a highly experienced incident response team.

“We are excited to add Blueshift as our trusted Managed XDR partner,” said Jason Whitehurst, Co-Founder of SSP.  “Blueshift has capabilities beyond industry rivals, particularly its ability to provide SOC-managed zero-trust data defense during a security incident.  The need to reduce the number of overall security tools our clients use while increasing the capability of the ones we replaced with Blueshift makes the partnership quite compelling.  Our clients will benefit from this added layer of managed protection.”

Attacks on small and midsize businesses are becoming increasingly prevalent, and today’s cyber tools are too complex and expensive.  Blueshift addresses a critical need for customers who find it challenging to adequately find cost and resource-effective methods to protect themselves and meet compliance mandates.

 

About Blueshift Cybersecurity

Blueshift XDR™ (Extended Detection and Response) is Blueshift’s affordable, highly automated SOC-as-a-Service platform that simplifies compliance initiatives and extends security visibility and management across your entire organization.  It seamlessly integrates with all existing devices, data, and systems across the network — such as cloud, IoT, endpoint, server, remote workers, and more.

  

About Service Provider Partners

It has become the new normal to expect cybersecurity services as part of Managed IT services, however cybersecurity is a completely different beast compared to IT and can be hard to master. SPP helps MSPs to meet all the cybersecurity needs of their customers to an exceptional standard & with no financial risk.  They do this through their fully managed, white-glove & enterprise-grade cybersecurity services that operate on a pay-as-you-go basis.  Their people over profits philosophy has led to their 96% retention rate.

To learn more about Service Provider Partners, please visit https://www.spp.work/.

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