The 2022 Buyer’s Guide:
Managed Detection and Response

Evaluate how the MDR market aligns with your security requirements

As mid-market organizations are increasingly confronted by cybersecurity challenges they’re quickly realizing that software alone won’t improve their security posture. While technology provides a foundation for organizations to build their security maturity, security operations backed by an IT security team is necessary.

Midmarket organizations who don’t have the staff or security experience are now increasingly turning to MDR to address the technology and human elements necessary for optimal cybersecurity outcomes.

By 2025 over 50% of organizations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection, and response functions. The analyst firm continues to highlight the growing popularity of MDR by noting a ‘44% growth in end users’ inquiries (about MDR) in the past 12 months.

- Gartner

In Netsurion’s Managed Detection and Response Buyer’s Guide we highlight the evolving cybersecurity challenges that are leading to the adoption of MDR. Unfortunately, the MDR market is plagued by a loose definition, by both analysts and vendors, of what is and what isn’t considered “managed”, “detection”, or “response”. This guide aims to resolve this uncertainty by highlighting the MDR market, the boundaries and limits of MDR, and solution pricing.

Download the Buyer’s Guide to learn the pros and cons of Managed Detection and Response, and to address common questions around MDR:

  • How does MDR differ from an MSSP?
  • What services and support are offered with MDR?
  • Do MDR offerings extend their capabilities into EDR, XDR, and SOAR?