Trustwave, who discovered multiple vulnerabilities in SolarWinds Orion back in February 2021, is a Chicago-based managed security services (MSS) and managed detection and response (MDR) provider with a global reach -- boasting 9 security operations centers (SOCs) and customers in 96 countries.
The firm has racked up the accolades in recent months:
The firm's latest announcement comes from their consulting and professional services (CPS) arm, which is built on the bones of Hivint, an award-winning cyber security consulting company. Trustwave acquired the Australian company in 2018 and has rolled out a robust CPS offering globally by leveraging their team of experts and leadership.
This week, Trustwave CPS launched a first-of-its-kind cyber supply chain risk assessment solution for enterprises and SMBs in Australia and New Zealand. The service, called Managed Vendor Risk Assessment (MVRA), gives organizations access to deep, fully scalable cybersecurity vendor assessments formerly prohibitively expensive.