An article on SecurityWeek this week announced the results of the IDC Worldwide and U.S. Comprehensive Security Services Forecast, which showed that managed security services is the largest and fastest-growing of the segments they covered. The article points to two key drivers of this growth: growing complexity of Security Operations and an overwhelming volume of security incidents.
If you are thinking of buying a managed detection and response (MDR) service, then you already know how these services can help your organization achieve security and compliance while reducing costs. These services can help by extending your team and offloading certain tasks related to security monitoring to a third-party, freeing up your team to better focus their efforts. But do you know what to look for in managed detection and response vendors? What sets some providers apart from others? Here are four important items to consider when buying an MDR:
Cyber attacks are waged against organizations of all sizes and industries. It is more critical than ever that these organizations find ways to effectively detect and mitigate threats. For organizations looking to build out their threat detection capabilities and avoid disaster, here are 5 steps to effective threat detection:
At Cygilant, prospective customers are in constant research for what is a strong MDR, but there is little agreement in the industry for what makes a comprehensive MDR service. Before we go in-depth, do you remember this security acronym? If not, we have a handy refresher: What is Managed Detection and Response (MDR). In this blog post, we hope to advise you on the three most common components of any MDR. Feel free to include these components in your vendor matrices; the findings will surprise you.