Managed Detection and Response is about discovering breaches in real time, and responding in a way that minimizes damage for your organisation.
According to research the current average time to identify and contain a data breach is 280 days*. It is high time to identify and fix this apparent gap in security operations.
An adaptive, modular service package, backed by in-depth awareness of the threat landscape is the solution.
A challenge with detection and response is that it has a much higher demand on people and processes. Threat actors are global, work across all time zones and are very skilled. Building up a 24x7 team with competence, infrastructure and processes is very expensive and time consuming.
This makes investing in Managed Detection and Response services your best option.
Detection and response require time, skills, resources, and investment. If you want to get an idea of which is the best option for your organization, try our Managed Detection and Response Buyer’s Guide. The advice will be a good starting point for implementing a managed detection and response service.
gain insight inside and outside of your organisation to detect cybersecurity threats.
we invest heavily in research and development to detect and respond to the latest tactics, techniques and procedures.
a broad range of active response options are available 24x7 to suit your security operations needs.
we use innovative techniques to ensure that incidents are investigated in context and noise is reduced as much as possible.
To get ahead of the storm, one has to know the weather. And for long-term planning, it is inevitable to get expert insight into climate changes.
Though the cyber threat landscape appears to be volatile, fast-changing and chaotic at first glance, it is driven by systemic forces. Reading these forces will result in better, more effective prevention, detection and response.
That is why intelligence is at the heart of everything we do.What experts recommend