What We Offer

The SKOUT platform protects small businesses by giving their IT providers the tools and expertise they need to deliver world-class cybersecurity services. Our product suite is built on top of the SKOUT AI analytics platform to detect new and advanced threats.

SKOUT Security Monitoring

SKOUT Security Monitoring uses a combination of best-in-class technology, cutting-edge analytics, and AI to monitor and protect organizations. The solution is a comprehensive platform that is simple for businesses to implement. SKOUT Security Monitoring is a cloud-native, streaming data analytics platform that includes a fully managed SIEM and a team of experts to decipher and remediate alerts — no matter if your systems are on-premises, in the cloud, or both.


SKOUT Email Protection

SKOUT Email Protection is a cloud-based email security solution that blocks spam and phishing attacks. Our solution catches malicious emails by utilizing computer vision, AI and machine learning. Driven, curious, mobile, and growing smarter by the subject line, SKOUT Email Protection adds an important layer of protection to your inbox.


SKOUT Endpoint Protection

SKOUT Endpoint Protection is an integrated threat prevention solution that utilizes our own streaming-data analytics platform. The solution combines the power of AI to block malware infections with additional security controls that safeguard against script-based, fileless, memory, and external device-based attacks and is backed by our Security Operations Center.

Product Bundles

Email Protection

  • Cross Platform Support
  • Effortless Deployment
  • User-Friendly Warnings
  • SOC Analysis
  • Fully Managed

Endpoint Protection

  • AI-Based
  • Automated Blocking
  • Zero-Day Protection
  • SOC Analysis
  • Fully Managed

Security Monitoring

  • 24x7 SIEM Analysis
  • Steaming Data Analytics
  • Cross-Platform Log Ingestion
  • 24x7 SOC Analysis
  • Fully Managed


  • Email Protection
  • Security Monitoring
  • Endpoint Protection
  • 24x7 SOC Analysis
  • Fully Managed

Key Metrics


Mean Time to Detect and Respond

In the world of cybersecurity, the time to identify and address a threat is literally money. In 2018, the mean time to identify a breach was 197 days. The mean time to address that incident was 69 days. We believe that’s not good enough. Research shows that companies that are able to contain a breach within 30 days saved a million dollars more than those that took longer to solve the problem. In the event of a breach, our top priority is always your bottom line.

2018 cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview

Direct and Indirect Costs for Canada vs. the United States

Canada has the highest direct costs associated with data breaches. The country spends $81 per compromised record. Direct costs are defined as “the expense outlay to accomplish a given activity such as engaging forensic experts, hiring a law firm, or offering victims identity protection services.” The United States has the highest indirect costs associated with data breaches. The country spends $152 per incident. Indirect costs include organizational efforts spent investigating and reporting data breach incidents. These costs also include lost revenue associated with the data breaches.

2018 cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview

Financial Impact of a Breach

The United States and the Middle East tend to lose the most money from data breaches. Brazil and India are the least financially impacted by data breaches. The United States loses an average of $7.91 million per data breach while countries in the Middle East lose an average of $5.31 million per breach. India loses an average of $1.77 million per breach, and Brazil loses an average of $1.24 million per breach.

2018 cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview

Malicious or Criminal Attacks Are the Most Expensive

Root Causes: Most data breaches stem from malicious and/or criminal attacks. The graphic provides a recap of the root causes of data breaches on a consolidated basis for organizations in all countries. 48% of incidents are malicious and/or criminal. 27% of incidents are employee or contractor negligence. The remaining 25% of incidents are IT glitches and process failures.

2018 cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview