In the era of digital transformation, organizations find themselves in never-ending struggle to defend against cybercrime.
With limited in-house resources, a growing cybersecurity skills gap, and the rapidly growing number and sophistication of threats, more IT teams are turning to Managed Detection and Response solutions to combat cyberthreats.
The Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Buyer's Guide helps IT leaders cut through the noise and answer the question: how can teams assemble the right combination of processes, technology, and people to keep their organization safe?
In the MDR Buyer's Guide, you’ll learn the key advantages managed detection and response offers organizations of every size, along with the right questions to ask when evaluating MDR options, including:
- How does the vendor’s security experts engage/communicate with your in-house team?
- Does the vendor offer risk management services on the same incident framework?
- What is the vendor’s pricing model? Is it a fixed subscription price or based on log volume?
- How do the vendor’s services scale/tailor to your needs?
25% of organizations will use MDR services and solutions by 2024, compared to less than 5% today.
— Gartner Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services