MDR, MSSP, and SIEM. Which one is right for your organization?
For some time, SIEM technology has been the go-to solution for large enterprises who need comprehensive visibility into cyberthreats across distributed IT infrastructure. However, these companies have discovered that SIEM solutions are capital intensive, complex, and cumbersome.
The world of cybersecurity has changed dramatically over the past few years and popular business applications are increasingly delivered through the cloud using a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model—cybersecurity applications are no exception. This is great news for organizations of every size, as sprawling budgets, lengthy time to deploy, and a lack of security experts on the market has lead to an organizations facing an unpredictable threat landscape without enough help on their side. That's where Managed Detection and Response (MDR) comes in.
Above and beyond an in-house SIEM or what MSSPs can offer, MDR provides a turnkey solution that gives organizations of every size a stronger security posture by using a scalable, cloud-based SOC with human-augmented machine learning (Hybrid AI) and a predictable pricing model.
Read the White Paper and learn about the advantages of MDR and why it rapidly become the preferred approach to detect and respond to advanced threats that bypass your existing security controls.