What is Cybersecurity as a Service (CSaaS)?

Cybersecurity as a service is when security requirements are outsourced to ensure a more comprehensive level of protection. CSaaS offers a security operations center (SOC), security information and events management (SIEM) system or a combination of the two.

CSaaS Features

Security Assessments

Regular audits of cloud services highlights any areas to improve security for your organization. We utilize a range of tools to conduct security assessments which provide valuable insight for a more comprehensive service.

Managed Detection Response

A highly advanced security service that offers threat intelligence, identification, security monitoring, analysis and incident response.

Disaster Recovery

Backup and recover data on our secure cloud-based platform. In case of a disaster or system restore rest assured that our updated recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) will step in.

24/7 Support

Technical support available 24 hours a day 7 days a week inclusive of data center staffing around the clock and an advanced ticketing system.


As your business grows your technology grows. CSaaS allows flexibility around your security while you safely scale your business.

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is the use of new technologies to solve a problem within your business. CSaaS can offer a cloud-based solution to monitor and remediate any issues across your cloud infrastructures as well as on premises.




Threat Analysis & Assessment

Penetration Testing



Nework LevelFirewall, IPS,IDS, 2FA-Logln

Physical ProtectionTier 4 Datacenters
24x7 Manned facilities
Air Gapped Backups



Managed Detection 24X7 Dual SOC & NOC

Detects Abnormalities based on Al & ML



24x7 Dual SOC & NOC Response

Respond In real-time to control data exploitation



Ability to restore data instantly to DR site or the Cloud in the event of a data loss or physical distaster.

Cybersecurity as a Service FAQs

What are the benefits of CSaaS?

CSaaS protects your computer systems from being damaged and your data from being compromised. This means that you can grow your business whilst your information is comprehensively protected.

Is a Firewall enough to protect from a cyber attack?

Your data can still be breached internally or externally regardless of a firewall, we would always recommend more than one line of defence. It’s vital that you have an external company monitor and assess your firewall regularly to see if your network can be accessed.

What are some examples of cyber attacks?

  • Malware/Ransomware.
  • DDoS (distributed denial of service).
  • Drive-by.
  • Zero-day.
  • MITM (man in the middle) attacks.
  • Phishing campaigns.
  • Virus infections

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