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It has never been a more challenging (or better) time to be a service provider for managed security services. With an estimated 1,200+ vendors selling a variety of security solutions today, businesses are looking for help to manage the complexities of supporting these technologies while protecting critical data. According to Gartner, the managed security service (MSS) market is expected to grow to nearly $50 billion by 2023, and last year 32% of organizations increased their use of outside services due to shortages in available resources.
As more and more enterprises shift to the cloud, the pressure on SOC teams to protect them against threats rises exponentially. They are the very first line of defense against data breaches and cyber threats that become more frequent and more sophisticated. Increased investment of security tools results in unprecedented volumes of security data and alerts, and while SOCs do what they can to decipher the meaningful from the meaningless, they often become the bottlenecks of the enterprise’s security architecture.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you are probably familiar with the recent Shadow Brokers data dump of the Equation Group tools. In that release a precision SMB backdoor was included called Double Pulsar. This backdoor is implemented by exploiting the recently patched Windows vulnerability: CVE-2017-0143.