Security Operations Center
Managed Security Service
LogPoint, the global cyber security innovator, and TÜV Rheinland announce their collaboration. The cybersecurity subsidiary of TÜV Rheinland now offers the SIEM solution LogPoint as MSS (Managed Security Service) from its Security Operations Center (SOC) to all customers.
LogPoint CEMEA Channel Manager Alexander Noffz
LogPoint’s technology accelerates cybersecurity detection and response, giving organizations the freedom to collaborate and the insight to adapt.
The LogPoint SIEM solution collects security information from the entire IT infrastructure and sources of any kind and structurally integrates UEBA to detect and respond to relevant threats.
“The current threat situation is intensifying, ransomware infections are increasing across industries, and the need for security monitoring is growing rapidly. With TÜV Rheinland, we are gaining a strong partner who supports us in sales as well as its customers with MSS for secure IT operation and protects against current cyber attacks, ” says LogPoint CEMEA Channel Manager Alexander Noffz.
LogPoint now counts the German cyber security specialist to its channel
TÜV Rheinland provides comprehensive IT security as convenient “all-in-one” services from Germany at predictable and stable costs for the secure operation of the IT systems. The employees are available for support requests and remote analyses of problems. In addition, you also take over escalation management directly to the manufacturer in the event of unknown errors.
Mario Kempe, Channel & Alliance Manager at TÜV Rheinland
“Due to the high quality of the solution, the unique EAL3+certification for SIEM manufacturers and the licensing model in the MSSP program, we decided for the manufacturer LogPoint as a managed SIEM solution,” says Mario Kempe, Channel & Alliance Manager at TÜV Rheinland. “We are continuously expanding our managed security services in our Security Operations Center (SOC) to ensure a high level of protection against cyber threats for our customers,” explains Mario Kempe.