SOCSoter, a security operations center (SOC) and SIEM platform provider, is opening a new SOC in Maryland in about six weeks that will increase capacity 3x to 4x, according to Eric Pinto (pictured), senior director of channel and product strategy, who came on board in July 2018.
In addition to SOCSoter’s new platform, dashboard, partner interface, and assessment framework, Pinto says the company will also be rolling out “a heads-up display” that partners can use in their NOC, giving them the abiilty to actively see a problem with any of their devices under management and take action. Availability will be in June around Datto's DattoCon19 partner conference, he says. Expect more additions to the compliance and assessment framework going forward as well, Pinto continues, in response to the growing need among businesses impacted by security regulations.
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