Managed cyber security services are a set of outsourced services that help organizations protect their networks, systems, and data from cyber threats. These services are typically provided by a third-party vendor or managed service provider (MSP) and can include a range of different functions, such as:

-Vulnerability management: Identifying and remedying vulnerabilities in networks, systems, and applications that could be exploited by attackers.

-Threat intelligence: Gathering and analyzing information about potential cyber threats, such as new malware or hacking techniques, to help organizations stay aware of potential risks and take proactive measures to protect against them.

-Security monitoring and incident response: Continuously monitoring networks, systems, and applications for signs of suspicious activity and responding quickly to any security incidents that occur.

-Compliance management: Helping organizations comply with various regulatory requirements related to data security, such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS and SOC.

-Identity and access management: Managing and securing user accounts, including controlling access to resources and enforcing password policies.

-Penetration testing: Simulating cyber attacks to identify vulnerabilities in an organization’s defenses.

Managed cyber security services can provide organizations with a cost-effective way to improve their security posture, and help them stay compliant with various regulations. They can also provide organizations with access to the latest security tools and techniques, as well as expertise from security professionals.