Security attacks happen around the clock and threats are more effectively stopped when detected early and followed by swift action to mitigate. Masergy makes it easy and affordable to protect your enterprise with 24/7 security operations center (SOC) services backed by the latest machine learning and advanced security analytics for threat detection and response.
With a perfect blend of tenured security analysts, advanced systems, and mature processes all working together, Masergy can help you effectively secure your entire IT environment (cloud, on-prem, endpoint, remote, and hybrid). Free your IT resources with this turnkey approach to security.
"Masergy's security analysts understand what we’re dealing with and are willing to walk us through the processes of response. The human element was the part we were missing, and Masergy hits that mark very well.”
- Ralph Hopkins, Head of IT, CDH Legal
Mitigate your risk and optimize your security resources with comprehensive detection and response solutions. Learn how Masergy simplifies cloud security and makes protection more affordable for any organization.
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