Coro Introduces First-of-its-Kind Modular Platform to Bring Cybersecurity to Midsize Enterprises

Coro Introduces First-of-its-Kind Modular Platform to Bring Cybersecurity to Midsize Enterprises

By Stefania Viscusi

Coro is redefining cybersecurity for midmarket companies with the introduction of Coro 3.0, touted as the world's first modular cybersecurity platform. The new solution aims to help midsize businesses manage and consume cybersecurity and address the complexities associated with traditional approaches like relying on a multitude of disparate security tools. Instead, the Coro 3.0 platform offers a unified solution featuring 14 seamlessly integrated modules, ranging from Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and email security. The modular design allows businesses to activate specific modules on demand, enabling the platform to scale with evolving security needs.

The midmarket, comprising companies with 200 to 2000 employees, plays a vital role in the U.S. economy. However, the limited budgets, lean IT teams and lack of cybersecurity expertise also make them susceptible targets for cyberattacks.

Coro provides enterprise-grade cybersecurity for the midmarket and empowers organizations to defend against a spectrum of threats, including malware, ransomware, phishing, data leakage, network threats, insider threats, and email threats. The platform's automatic threat detection and remediation capabilities relieve IT teams from the burden of investigating and fixing security issues manually. Coro 3.0 streamlines the implementation of the cybersecurity stack by utilizing a single pane of glass, one endpoint agent, and one data engine to configure, operate, and manage each security module.

“Every business deserves access to enterprise-grade security, but the midmarket needs a solution tailored to their limited resources,” said Guy Moskowitz, CEO, Coro. “Coro has raised the bar by consolidating critical security capabilities into a single platform that’s completely modular, easy to manage, and dramatically more affordable than any other solution on the market today. While a lot of vendors are talking about the need for a consolidated security platform, Coro is the first to actually deliver it.”

Coro 3.0 consolidates protection across a company's six vital domains – cloud apps, endpoints, email, sensitive data, network, and users – within one unified platform. It includes 14 distinct security modules, including endpoint protection, EDR, email protection, SASE, data governance (DLP), cloud apps (CASB), VPN, NGFW, DNS filtering, SOC (MDR), email encryption, and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA). These modules are plug-and-play, easily activated in seconds with a single click.

With an easy-to-use dashboard for consolidated alerts and module management, a single agent for all endpoints, an AI-driven data engine eliminating blind spots, and an intuitive user interface across all modules, Coro 3.0 prioritizes user-friendly and efficient cybersecurity.

“Despite their size, mid-sized organizations share a majority of the same cyber security needs as larger enterprises. Yet with only a fraction of the budget and resources available, many struggle to implement comprehensive security programs, leaving them vulnerable to frequent successful cyberattacks,” said Dave Gruber, Principal Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group.

“Without skilled personnel available to architect and manage a custom security solution stack, many are turning to all-in-one solution providers to simplify deployment, management, and security operations. Providers like Coro are offering midsized organizations affordable, one-stop-shop solutions that can dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of building and managing effective security programs.”

Edited by Alex Passett
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