Our Cybersecurity Experts Augment Your Team​

Technology alone isn’t the answer to escalating cyber threats. Get the best of both worlds – human-led problem solving and automation and machine learning that accelerates response when every minute matters. Our ISO-certified Security Operations Center (SOC) works hand-in-hand with you to filter out true threats with guided remediation recommendations.


Achieve Actionable Threat Intelligence​

Threats are dynamic and threat vectors change constantly. We ensure you respond quickly and completely by using the rich context from the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework, commercial and open source threat feeds, and insights from our cybersecurity experts who focus on emerging threats. Netsurion’s intuitive reports and guided remediation recommendations ensure that cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is actionable and tailored to your needs.​

Achieve Actionable Threat Intelligence​


Efficient, effective security for the entire enterprise is a necessity at a time when networks are evaporating, and endpoints are proliferating – and relentless adversaries continually adapt their tactics, techniques, and procedures. Organizations are looking for comprehensive threat detection and response as well as assistance with elevating cybersecurity maturity. MDR steps up to this challenge.

Craig Robinson, Program Director of Security Services


MDR vs Managed SIEM vs SOC as a Services (SOCaaS) Comparison

To highlight how MDR contrasts with other managed services, we have provided an overview of managed security services.

  Managed Detection and Response Managed SIEM SOC as a Service (SOCaaS)
Service May be a SOC, may not be 24/7, primarily focused on threat response. Focused on installation, tuning, and updates for SIEM software.

In some instances, this may extend into threat monitoring and detection.
24/7 SOC actively monitoring and alerting.
Software Delivered and managed by the provider. SIEM software may be on-premises (with remote monitoring) or provided through cloud SIEM. May be incumbent upon customer to provide.
Threat Lifecycle Focus May focus only attack detection and response, some include prediction and prevention. Focused on reactive monitoring of technology that is providing information to the SIEM. Identify suspicious behavior and activity, assists with incident response.


2023 MDR Buyer’s Guide: A guide to choosing the right partner for you.

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.” Netsurion’s 2023 MDR Buyer’s Guide steps you through this uncertainty by defining what MDR is (and isn’t), identifying the different types of providers, and giving you resources to begin your evaluation. With an ever-growing list of self-described MDR solution providers, it’s crucial to clearly define your expectations and eliminate the pretenders. This guide breaks down the core expectations of MDR and uncovers key changes to the market so you can make a more confident choice in whom to partner with.

Download the Managed Detection & Response Buyer’s Guide to find out:

  • What are the core characteristics of MDR?
  • What are the three types of MDR providers?
  • How do you evaluate detection and response capabilities?

Download the Guide

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