Top Five Reasons You Should be Using MDR ServicesWhat Are the Business Benefits of a MDR Service?
Organisations are increasingly turning to managed detection and response (MDR) services to detect and neutralise advanced, human-led attacks that technology solutions alone cannot prevent. However, the proliferation of cybersecurity solutions on the market can make it difficult to understand exactly what MDR is, how it fits with your wider cybersecurity ecosystem, and the benefits an MDR service can provide. This guide provides the answers to those questions. You’ll learn; what MDR is and why it is needed, the benefits to using an MDR service either alongside your in-house team or as a fully outsourced service, and what to consider when choosing an MDR service.
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The question is really: how do organizations work with MDR services? There are three main MDR response models:
- MDR team completely manages threat response on behalf of the customer.
- MDR team works with the in-house team, co-managing threat response.
- MDR team alerts the in-house team and provides remediation guidance.