12 October 2020

SecurityHQ named as supplier on Crown Commercial Service's (CCS) G-Cloud 12 Framework

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SecurityHQ is a 5th Gen Security Operations Centre, powered by Gartner's #1 rated SIEM with User Behaviour Analytics, SOAR, and Intelligence, driven by an army of 200+ expert analysts.

Named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud 12 framework, SecurityHQ is not just the ONLY 5th Gen SOC provider on G-Cloud, but also provides:

  • The only turnkey MDR service, powered by IBM QRadar & Resilient on G-Cloud
  • Bespoke MDR services, tailored to fit client needs
  • Powerful analytics and reporting

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. Now public sector companies can procure SecurityHQ services via Digital Marketplace.

"At a time when UK Government organisations continue to be targeted by cyber adversaries, both foreign and domestic, this framework makes it easier for government entities to access skills and technology to help combat threats." - Feras Tappuni, CEO, SecurityHQ

Key Benefits

1. London Based Security Operations and Data Centre

Plus 6 global Security Operation Centres. Receive unrivalled regional expertise with international oversight of threat actor groups, methods, and motives.

2. Business Intelligence

Make security events, both incident and risk specific, and relate all incidents to CIA impact against your systems, data and users.

3. Best Technology

SecurityHQ only uses Gartner Magic Quadrant technology, such as IBM QRadar, Resilient, X-Force and more.

4. Incredible Analytics and Reporting

Weekly reports and incident workflows, SLA management, data visualisation and document repository are presented via an Incident Management and Analytics Platform, so that actions are clear, and responses are quick.

5. Bespoke

Every client is different. Risks, industries, geolocation, regulatory requirements, and processes demand a bespoke response. SecurityHQ are known for their adaptability towards security needs.

SecurityHQ’s services can be found on the Gov.UK Digital Marketplace.

Firewall Management Service

Cyber Security Advisory Services

SIEM as a Service – Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

Vulnerability Management Service

Managed Endpoint Protection (EPP+EDR+SOC)

Managed Endpoint Protection (EPP+EDR+SOC) (Bring Your Own License)

Visit www.securityhq.com for further information

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