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Mid-market organizations are increasingly being targeted by threat actors, and in turn require more advanced security operations. In recognizing their need to mature their ability to predict, prevent, detect, and respond to threats, the mid-market must also come to terms with their budget and staffing limitations.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a single managed solution for cybersecurity that delivers services tied to 24/7 threat monitoring, detection, and response. MDR is designed to minimize the burden of software adoption for customers by providing and managing security analytics and aligned technology (for endpoint protection and/or threat response). Because it’s service-based, MDR must be driven by a SOC (security operations center) that includes tech stack expertise, and extends value by aggregating, analyzing, and acting upon security (log) data.
Gartner has recently championed Managed Detection and Response as a fit for mid-market organizations.
Demand for MDR services has been particularly strong in the midmarket. MDR provides an affordable turnkey service that ﬁlls gaps in security expertise and 24/7 operations for incident detection, response and threat containment.
James Browning and Toby Bussa, in Gartner’s ‘Midsize Organizations Should Embrace MDR’ report.
The technology behind an MDR service can include an array of options, and this is important to understand when evaluating MDR providers. The technology stack behind the service determines the scope of attacks they have access to detect. Cybersecurity is about “defense-in-depth” – having multiple layers of protection to counter the multiple attack vectors possible. Various technologies are used to provide more complete visibility and thus more complete detection and response capabilities.
Some of the technologies behind an MDR service include:
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”.
Download the Buyer’s Guide to learn the pros and cons of Managed Detection and Response, and to address common questions around MDR:
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To highlight how MDR contrasts with other managed services, we have provided an overview of managed security services.
Future-proof your cybersecurity with Netsurion’s managed platform approach consisting of a powerful platform at the core, additional managed security controls consumed as a service, and the support of a fully-staffed SOC.
Netsurion is continually recognized for powerful, flexible managed cybersecurity that:
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