PAGO Chooses Stellar Cyber’s Open XDR Security Platform To Unify Stand-Alone Tools, Accelerate Detection And Response
South Korean MDR Leverages Stellar Cyber’s Automated Correlation and Detection to Improve High-Margin Services
Stellar Cyber, the leading security operations platform for MSSPs and the innovator of Open XDR, announced today that PAGO, a South Korean MDR provider and value-added reseller, has adopted its Open XDR Platform to enhance PAGO’s security-as-a-service program for enterprises throughout the country.
PAGO had laboriously integrated stand-alone EDR, NTA, SIEM, UEBA, AD Security, Cloud Security, TI Interworking, and Sandbox tools for its MDR service, but found it nearly impossible to manually correlate inputs from these tools to gain a comprehensive view of its customers’ overall security. With the Stellar Cyber Open XDR Platform, PAGO is now automatically analyzing and correlating data from disparate tools to deliver faster intrusion responses for its clients.
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“We needed an MDR service system that processed multiple tools’ threat data with an integrated, AI-powered, Big Data system,” said Paul Kwon, CEO at PAGO. “The Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform is the first we’ve seen that unifies and correlates data from our various security tools and responds automatically to significantly improve our customers’ security while enabling us to better manage our in-house resources.”
Stellar Cyber’s Open XDR Platform correlates data inputs from all existing security tools (as well as data from its own sensors), analyzes it for anomalies, presents contextual security incidents and prioritizes them in an intuitive dashboard, and responds automatically through those tools to deliver near-real-time protection. Stellar Cyber’s platform gives MDR security professionals like PAGO a single console to view customers’ entire security profiles and to take quick action when threats are detected.
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“MDRs and MSSPs love our platform because it allows them to leverage investments in existing security tools and deliver high-margin detection and response services without scaling analyst staffs,” said Brian Stoner, VP of the MSSP business unit at Stellar Cyber. “We built AI and Big Data into our platform from the beginning to enable this scalability through automation.”
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