The 12 Best Managed Cloud Security Services Providers

The 12 Best Managed Cloud Security Services Providers

Maintaining security in the cloud should be a multi-layered approach. Your cloud provider will have security tools and policies in place to protect their clients’ data and your enterprise should employ its own set of best practices to keep your cloud environment secure. However, for some cloud users, this might not be enough. If you want more protection for your cloud deployment, you might consider a managed cloud security services provider.

Cloud security managed services can range from security assessment and guidance to security monitoring and identity management. How do you determine which managed service provider is right for your cloud environment? We compiled the 12 best managed cloud security services providers, including information on what they provide and which cloud deployments they support.

If you’re looking for more information on managed service providers for cloud deployments, you should consider our free MSP Buyer’s Guide. The guide contains profiles on the top cloud managed service providers for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as questions you should ask vendors and yourself before buying. We also offer an MSP Vendor Map that outlines those vendors in a Venn diagram to make it easy for you to select potential providers.

8K Miles

8K Miles is a managed cloud service provider for AWS and Azure that offers security and incident management capabilities. The provider focuses heavily on AWS security governance, identity and access configuration and management, VPC networks, and service hardening for operating systems and servers. In addition, 8K Miles’ incident management features include users alert response, troubleshooting, root-cause analysis, and problem resolution within 48 hours of an issue occurring.


Accenture

Accenture is a comprehensive managed cloud services provider that supports AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. Their managed cloud security offerings include security strategy and risk services to help clients evaluate their current cloud security readiness and safeguard future cloud ambitions. Accenture also offers identity and access management, application and infrastructure and security, and data protection capabilities, providing users with a multi-leveled approach to cloud security.


AllCloud

AllCloud is a managed cloud services provider for AWS that includes managed cloud security engineering and operations services. AllCloud’s security engineers help users design security strategies that maintain compliance for various regulations while guiding clients through designing and setting up processes. The vendor offers multi-region redundancy, infrastructure for secrets management, DDos resiliency, application building, and security guidance and implementation services.


Armor

Armor is a cloud security vendor that offers managed cloud security for AWS and Azure. The vendor provides proactive cloud defense driven by their team of security professionals, who offer 24/7/365 support and expertise to users. These professionals are categorized into both a Threat Resistance Unit (TRU) and Security Operations Center (SOC). Armor’s managed security team essentially acts as a virtual CISO that delivers hands-on support and guidance for developing and integrating a cloud security strategy.


Capgemini

Capgemini is a managed cloud service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud that supports managed cloud security services. The vendor provides end-to-end security for a user’s cloud migration journey no matter how far they are along in their transition. This security roadmap includes security assessment, advisory, implementation, and operation services for cloud migration. Capgemini also offers vendor-agnostic security tools that allow you to deploy security tools across every cloud platform you use.


Infosys

Infosys is a managed cloud service provider for AWS and Azure that focuses on safeguarding enterprise assets in the cloud. Their security coverage includes securing the physical infrastructure, applications, data, networks, and endpoint devices that makes up a cloud deployment. The Infosys security framework considers the security services required to maintain applications and data on specific cloud service models while ensuring that cloud services don’t introduce business risks.

Our MSP Buyer’s Guide contains profiles on the top cloud managed service providers for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as questions you should ask vendors and yourself before buying.

Logicworks

Logicworks is a managed cloud service provider for AWS and Azure that provides managed security monitoring and incident response capabilities. With Logicworks, users can monitor their cloud environment with pre-configured tools as well as gain root-cause analysis and service recovery for security incidents. Logicworks’ security services are based on DevOps principles, which increases the time between discovery and solving of security issues and increases the effectiveness of security teams.


Mission

Mission is an AWS managed service provider that provides guidance to users on AWS security best practices as well as real-time threat detection and response and remediation. Their threat detection functions use artificial intelligence and machine learning that tailor to your cloud environment in order to identify threats. With Mission’s automated data collection services, their security tools will automatically collect data from across your cloud environment to help users determine efficient security practices and policies.


Onica

Onica is an AWS managed service provider that helps users manage their AWS deployment, including security and compliance services. They run a Security Operations Center (SOC) that operates 24/7 and provides threat prevention and analysis monitoring. In addition to maintaining HIPAA and PCI compliance, Onica provides security evaluation for your cloud architecture and workloads; they also offer policy and control mapping recommendations based on your cloud business needs.


Paladion

Paladion is a managed detection and response (MDR) vendor that also offers managed cloud security services for AWS and Azure. Paladion offers comprehensive monitoring and analytics that incorporates several network locations and analyzes data from four key channels. They operate their managed services using their proprietary AI platform that deploys both human insight and machine intelligence against security threats while configuring their security controls to your deployment.


Proficio

Proficio is a managed cybersecurity services provider that offers managed cloud security. Proficio’s cloud security offerings are based in the cloud, which allows them to integrate more easily with your company’s deployment and protect your data stored in the cloud. Their managed services, including their cloud security capabilities, offer a lot of flexibility to users; this allows them to customize their security offerings to match what they require for their deployments.


Rackspace

Rackspace is a cloud managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud that offers managed cloud security in the form of proactive threat detection and remediation services. They help clients monitor for security breaches with their breach detection capabilities, as well as minimizing the breach window to quickly deal with any breaches that occur. Rackspace can also deploy threat intelligence and security analytics, log management, and vulnerability scanning technologies.


Running a cloud environment and need help managing the cloud services you use? Our MSP Buyer’s Guide contains profiles on the top cloud managed service providers for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as questions you should ask vendors and yourself before buying. We also offer an MSP Vendor Map that outlines those vendors in a Venn diagram to make it easy for you to select potential providers.

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Daniel Hein

Dan is a tech writer who writes about Enterprise Cloud Strategy and Network Monitoring for Solutions Review. He graduated from Fitchburg State University with a Bachelor's in Professional Writing. You can reach him at dhein@solutionsreview.com
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