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“Focus on SaaS-based solution offerings. Leveraging partner networks to reach mid-market, public sector, and educational institutions.”
- SecureWorks is transitioning its product portfolio and is focusing on SaaS-based solutions, which its CEO terms as “SOC of the future”. It introduced Red Cloak Threat Detection and Response (TDR), managed detection and response along with security operations expertise. These solutions primarily target organizations that already have internal security capabilities in place.
- Its iSensor intrusion prevention system (IPS) leverages ML/AI to access telemetry data gathered from multiple security controls and highlight threats on real-time bases to the on-premise cybersecurity team with Secureworks Advanced Endpoint Threat Detection.
- As customers increasingly transition to the cloud, it has partnered with Microsoft to offer its advanced detection and response capabilities to Microsoft ATP and O365 customers.
- It also introduced its Orchestration and Automation solution, which includes open-source, digital playbooks that help automate customer-specific workflows. It not only helps enrich incident data but also automates response activities.
- SecureWorks collaborated with Dell and CrowdStrike to provide endpoint protection, managed security and incident response to organizations that do not possess the SIEM platform and SOC. The target segment includes mid-market, state and local governments and educational institutions.
- Its Advanced Endpoint Threat Detection (AETD) utilizes Carbon Black technology to collect data-points from multiple locations which are further evaluated by SecureWorks systems and experts.
- It recently expanded its partnership with Carahsoft to distribute SecureWorks’ managed network and endpoint security solutions to public and private sector customers. Carahsoft already manages the public sector portfolio for SecureWorks, including federal, state and local governments.
Investments and Innovation
- SecureWorks recently appointed a new chief channel officer, Maureen Perrelli, previously with NCR Corp., to drive product, sales, and marketing focus among the partner network. Around 90% of the current revenue is generated through its direct sales force.
- It hired a new Chief Marketing Officer, Steve hardy, who would lead global marketing strategy including product marketing, demand generation, etc.
- It delivers all its research initiatives through its Counter Threat Unit (CTU) team of 70+ researchers, which helps monitor the threat landscape across its global client base.
It continues to invest in intellectual property rights. As of February 2019, it owned 28 patents in the US and 4 patents outside the US.
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