Coro created a new cybersecurity paradigm with the launch of Coro 3.0, which it is touting as the world’s first modular cybersecurity platform. Coro 3.0 offers a way for midmarket businesses to manage and consume cybersecurity.
Traditional approaches rely on multiple security tools that are complex, expensive, and time consuming to deploy and manage. Coro’s 3.0 platform consolidates multiple security capabilities into a unified solution, offering 14 seamlessly integrated modules – from EDR and SASE to email security – that can be activated on-demand to grow with a company’s needs.
Coro 3.0 simplifies implementation of the cybersecurity stack by using a single pane-of-glass, one endpoint agent and one data engine to configure, operate and manage every security module. Working together to consolidate alerts, Coro’s security modules automatically identify and remediate threats, eliminating the security gaps caused by multiple tools in the security stack. Coro’s modular cybersecurity platform is being regarded as a breakthrough solution for the midmarket, empowering companies to strengthen their security posture and reduce operational workloads at a total cost of ownership (TCO) that’s less than a third of comparable point solutions.
The midmarket, defined as companies with 200-2,000 employees, comprises hundreds of thousands of businesses and is a major driver of the U.S. economy. Still, these companies’ limited budgets, lean IT teams and lack of cybersecurity expertise make them prime targets for cyberattacks. Cybersecurity is typically handled by a company’s IT staff, who become quickly overwhelmed by the complexity and operational workload of managing multiple tools in their security stack.
“Every business deserves access to enterprise-grade security,” said Guy Moskowitz, CEO, Coro, “but the midmarket needs a solution tailored to their limited resources. 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.”
Modular Architecture and Capabilities
Coro 3.0 consolidates the protection of a company’s six most critical domains — cloud apps, endpoints, email, sensitive data, network and users — into a single, unified platform. Fourteen different security modules are available today, including: endpoint protection, EDR, email protection, SASE, data governance (DLP), Cloud apps (CASB), VPN, NGFW, DNS filtering, SOC (MDR), Email encryption, and ZTNA, with additional capabilities to be released over time. Each module is plug-and-play, activated in seconds with a single click.
Coro 3.0 goes beyond simply consolidating security capabilities; it was engineered from the ground up to simplify security operations and easily scale as a company grows. Each security module is interoperable, seamlessly integrated, and architected with the following advantages:
- One easy-to-use dashboard offers a single pane of glass to consolidate alerts, and easily configure and manage every module
- One easy-to-manage agent for all endpoints eliminates the workload of updating and managing multiple vendors’ agents
- One AI-driven data engine communicates between modules and eliminates blind spots, automatically remediating threats and only surfacing the most critical security events
- One intuitive user interface for every module eliminates the need for extra employee training
- One click easily activates new security modules or turns them off, with no installation required
Coro’s modules are available individually or as convenient bundles. Each individual module starts at $4 per user/month, while activating all 14 modules costs less than $18.00 per user/month. When compared to comparable point solutions that together range from $49-$115 per user/month, Coro offers a cost of ownership that’s less than a third of any other solution in the industry today.