Managed Security Services 

Trilight Security essentially is a managed security service provider (MSSP), protecting network, systems, and data of our customers from cyber threats. We use advanced tools, technologies, and methods to monitor network traffic, endpoints, and other sources of security logs in real-time to detect anomalous activity hiding security threats. To achieve this we leverage our team of skilled and experienced Tier 1, and 2 security analysts and incident responders. More on these positions read in our article: SOC Team, Their Roles, Responsibilities, Qualifications.

Our Offering

Vulnerability Management


We help organizations identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in their IT environment which may involve performing vulnerability scans.

Monitoring & Support 24/7

incident detection

Leveraging our SOC we offer round-the-clock monitoring and support to ensure that our customers’ systems and data are always protected.

Threat Analysis


We use security tools and technologies to detect potential cyber threats, analyze their potential impact, and suggest response. 

Operational & Technological Benefits of Managed Security

Managed security services can offer a range of benefits to organizations, including:

  1. Improved Security Posture: By outsourcing security to an MSSP, organizations can benefit from improved security posture. MSSPs use advanced security tools and techniques to protect organizations from potential threats, reducing the risk of data breaches and other security incidents.
  2. Access to Expertise: MSSPs typically employ security experts who have a deep understanding of the latest threats and security trends. This expertise is often difficult for organizations to maintain in-house, especially for SMBs.
  3. Cost Savings: Outsourcing security to an MSSP can be more cost-effective than hiring a dedicated security team in-house. MSSPs often offer flexible pricing models, allowing organizations to pay only for the services they need.
  4. Scalability: MSSPs can provide security services that scale with an organization’s needs. As an organization grows, the MSSP can provide additional security services to match the increased demand.
  5. Compliance Management: Many MSSPs offer compliance management services, helping organizations comply with industry regulations and standards such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and GDPR.
  6. Proactive Threat Detection: MSSPs use advanced threat detection tools and techniques to identify potential security threats before they can cause damage. This proactive approach to security can help organizations avoid costly security incidents.

Key Benefits


Get an access to a continuous monitoring of your data and IT infrastructure, an essential prerequisite for their protection.


Access to a team of cybersecurity experts with skills and resources to detect and respond to sophisticated threats.

24x7 Response

Round-the-clock monitoring and response, minimizing the impact of a security incident and reducing data loss risk.

Cost Efficiency

Save significant resource required to build an in-house SOC: tools, technologies, personnel, and more. 

Managed Security Deliverables

Typical deliverables of a managed security service provider (MSSP) might include:

  1. Security Assessment Reports: upon request MSSPs provide security assessment reports to identify vulnerabilities in the organization’s security infrastructure. These reports provide recommendations on how to address vulnerabilities and improve the overall security posture.
  2. Security Event and Incident Reports: upon request MSSPs provide reports on security events and incidents that occur within the organization’s environment. These reports provide details on the incident, the response taken by the MSSP, and recommendations to prevent similar incidents in the future.
  3. Security Alerts: MSSPs provide security alerts to inform the organization of potential security threats, such as malware, phishing attempts, or unauthorized access attempts. These alerts provide details on the threat and recommended actions to address the threat.
  4. Compliance Reports: upon request, MSSPs provide compliance reports to help customers demonstrate compliance with industry regulations and standards such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and GDPR.
  5. Performance Reports: upon request, MSSPs provide performance reports to show the effectiveness of security controls and overall security posture. These reports provide recommendations on how to improve security performance.
  6. Service Level Agreements (SLAs): MSSPs provide SLAs that outline the level of service and response times for security incidents. These SLAs provide customers with clear expectations of the services they will receive from the MSSP.

Overall, MSSPs deliver a range of reports, alerts, and SLAs to help organizations improve their security posture and reduce the risk of security incidents. These deliverables provide organizations with visibility into their security posture and help them make informed decisions about their security strategy.

What is the Difference Between MSSP and MDR?

Trilight Security acts both like MSSP and MDR, providing Managed Security and Managed Detection and Response services. Customers should be aware of the differences these services have in their focus and scope. 

In general, MSSPs provide a broad range of security services focused on real-time monitoring, while MDRs offer more targeted services focused on detecting and responding to cyber threats, also in real-time. While there is certainly an overlap between the services offered by MSSPs and MDRs, the focus of each service provider is different. More on this difference read in our article:

MSSP vs MDR vs Managed SIEM vs SOC-as-a-Service

Our Recognition

Trilight Security - Top Company in Estonia 2021