Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services

Hundreds or thousands of alerts per day with too many false positives and a lack of available resources is leading to organizational alert fatigue and employee burnout. Gartner says, "MDR services are designed to reduce the time to detect, as well as the time to respond to threats. They deliver customers the people, expertise, processes and technologies of a modern SOC in an easy-to-consume and standardized approach.”

Read the report to learn:

  • Why organizations are evaluating MDR services
  • Capabilities to look for when evaluating MDR services
  • Potential pitfalls to be aware of with MDR deployments
  • Gartner recommendations to prepare for a MDR deployment

 

Gartner, Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services, Toby Bussa, Kelly Kavanagh, Pete Shoard, John Collins, Craig Lawson, Mitchell Schneider, 26 August 2020

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