SecuriThings, an IoTOps solution provider based in Tel Aviv, Israel, announced the launch of a managed service platform for the physical security space that is said to enable managed service providers (MSPs) to administer, visualize and maintain customer environments from a single pane of glass. 

The new offering comes in addition to SecuriThings' Enterprise solution, which is already used by Fortune 100 companies, including some of the world’s largest enterprises across different industries, according to the announcement. 

Organizations across the globe invest extensively in buying and installing fleets of physical security devices — often across multiple sites, countries and continents. These assets require regular maintenance to stay operational, compliant and secure from cyber-attacks: from password rotations and firmware upgrades, to general availability checks and more.           

A SecruiThings spokesperson told SDM the company’s go-to-market strategy is to have system integrators serving as the MSP, working with the platform to serve their end customers. The new offering is currently only available to select partners, and will become generally available in the coming months. 

With SecuriThings' new managed service platform, MSPs can now offer customers the option of outsourcing the management and maintenance of their physical security devices to a dedicated team of experts, according to the announcement. This is said to include automating critical maintenance tasks like firmware upgrades, password rotations, vulnerability detection and more, while leveraging alerts and root cause analysis to detect, diagnose, and resolve operational issues rapidly and efficiently with real-time data.

The platform also enables MSPs to increase their top and bottom lines by introducing additional revenue streams, cutting costs such as truck rolls and maintenance callouts, and providing a competitive, cost-effective service for customers. 

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“Our newly-introduced Managed Service Platform opens an exciting opportunity for our partners,” said SecuriThings CEO and Co-Founder Roy Dagan. “They can now offer a remote managed service to maintain and secure their customers’ physical security environments throughout their life cycle. And of course, for customers looking to outsource device management operations, it offers a convenient and cost-effective way to ensure their physical security devices are properly maintained, protected from cyber threats, and fully compliant with IT policies and standards.”