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3/15/2018
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Critical Start to Buy Advanced Threat Analytics

Firms previously had teamed up in SOC services.

Managed security services provider Critical Start today announced it will acquire security analytics firm Advanced Threat Analytics. Financial details of the cash and stock deal were not disclosed.

Critical Start already has had a partnership with Advanced Threat Analytics, running its analytics platform in its security operations center.

"We have won major enterprise deals against the largest legacy MSSPs because the combination of our CyberSOC, expert analysts and the ATA platform offer our clients something unique – managed security services delivered in a completely transparent process using a mobile-first, zero trust platform," said Rob Davis, CEO of Critical Start. "We're excited to have the Advanced Threat Analytics employees and technology join Critical Start as they will provide clear and compelling competitive differentiation for us in the rapidly expanding market for MSSP/MDR services."

Critical Start also plans to provide resellers the combined CyberSOC/ATA team and technology for the managed security services space.

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