ESET is developing a multitenant version of its Inspect Cloud offering for MSPs, as well as a managed version of the solution for channel pros without a security operations center.
Introduced in March, Inspect Cloud is a cloud-based version of ESET’s on-premises EDR solution. Combining its telemetry with input from other integrated components of ESET’s security portfolio turns the ESET PROTECT platform into a full-blown XDR solution with threat hunting, threat defense, incident response, network visibility, cloud sandboxing, and other features.
A multitenant version of the system that integrates with MSP Administrator, ESET’s license management system, is due to arrive roughly in August.
Coming soon as well, at a date to be determined, is a managed detection and response service for MSPs without a SOC that will be offered in cooperation with distribution partners.
ESET currently has some 7,000 MSP partners worldwide. “At the moment business-wise, that’s our fastest growing channel,” says Michal Jankech, vice president of the SMB and MSP segment at ESET. “We’re seeing 30% year over year growth globally.”
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