Opens Systems Presents “The Future of Managed Detection and Response” in the Microsoft Booth at RSAC 2022
Open Systems is One of Four Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) Members Invited to Present Its solution in a Theater Session in the Microsoft Booth
Redwood City, Calif. – May 25, 2022 – Open Systems, the only cybersecurity services provider with Mission Control, today announced that it will be joining Microsoft at the upcoming RSA Conference (RSAC) 2022, June 6-9, in San Francisco. As part of the company’s participation, Open Systems will attend the Microsoft Security Excellence Awards ceremony as a Security MSSP of the Year finalist and speak about the future of managed detection and response (MDR) in a theater session in the Microsoft booth (6059).
“Being one of the four MISA partners to join Microsoft in a theatre session at RSA – the cybersecurity industry’s premiere conference – is a tremendous honor,” said Geoff Haydon, CEO of Open Systems. “This invitation acknowledges our close partnership and demonstrated Microsoft Security expertise, which was highlighted by the recent announcement that Open Systems was an initial Design Partner invited by Microsoft to help co-innovate the development of the new Microsoft Security Experts.”
Hear Open Systems Speak
Tom Corn, chief product officer for Open Systems, will examine the potential of MDR in his presentation: “The Future of Managed Detection and Response: Empowering Security Teams to Say Yes.” Highlights will include exploring how MDR providers who master the embedded Microsoft security controls can leverage their finer understanding of the customer environment for a more nuanced, rapid and effective response to threats. Corn will co-host this presentation with Mandana Jahaveri, the head of Security Solutions for Microsoft, on Wednesday, June 8 at 3:15 p.m. PT in the Microsoft booth.
“Open Systems is an active member of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), and we are thrilled to have them presenting “The Future of Managed Detection and Response” in one of our MISA theatre sessions at the Microsoft booth at RSAC 2022,” said Maria Thomson, Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) lead.
Meet Open Systems Cybersecurity Experts
RSAC 2022 attendees will have the opportunity to meet several Open Systems leaders, including Corn; Dave Martin, vice president of MDR; Michael Davis, chief architect; and Geoff Haydon, chief executive officer. Attendees can schedule a briefing to learn more about Open Systems and its managed security services from these executives, or by visiting the company’s happy hour reception at Rickhouse on Tuesday, June 7 beginning at 5 p.m. PT.
Open Systems Managed Security Services
Open Systems believes a comprehensive and tailored cybersecurity approach is essential to protect an organization’s most critical assets. The Open Systems MDR+ and Open Systems SASE+ services with Mission Control combine certified experts, exemplary processes, and seamless technology to deliver 24×7 security and connectivity protection specialized to an organization’s environment and overall business.
- Press release: Open Systems’ Co-Innovation With Microsoft Exemplifies the Power of This Ecosystem to Transform Security
- Blog: Open Systems Selected as Security MSSP of the Year Finalist in Microsoft Security Excellence awards
- Blog: Open Systems Achieves Microsoft Cloud Security Advanced Specialization Certification
About Open Systems
Open Systems delivers cybersecurity beyond expectations. Our award-winning managed detection and response (MDR) and secure access service edge (SASE) services connect and protect customers today while increasing their security maturity for tomorrow. Our Mission Control SOCs and NOCs provide 24×7 global coverage for nearly 10,000 locations across 184 countries. As a five-time Microsoft Gold Partner, we help customers better grasp and reduce their attack surface by unlocking the value of their security investments. With our outstanding 97% retention rate, it’s no wonder our customers call it crazy good cybersecurity. Discover more at open-systems.com.