50 min video
For far too long, cybersecurity professionals have had to cobble together multiple tech tools and staff augmentation to round out their cyber threat protection. The result is a Frankenstein monster that is overly expensive, difficult to maintain, and inefficient to operate. This is leading to a rise in demand for managed security capabilities which – according to Gartner - “provides an affordable turnkey service that fills gaps in security expertise and 24/7 operations for incident detection, response, and threat containment”.
A.N. Ananth, President of Netsurion and co-creator of EventTracker, and Steve Salinas, Head of Product Marketing at Deep Instinct, discuss how the endpoint protection evolution is changing Managed Detection and Response (MDR). Businesses can trust that all assets on their network are being monitored and reduce their dependency on aggregating disparate point solutions.
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