Understand the fundamental differences in Managed Detection and Response vendors.
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.
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
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?