IDC Technology Spotlight: What Does a Next-Generation MDR Service Look Like?

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Managed detection and response (MDR) services have been gaining attention and traction for several years now. The appeal of having a service that can quickly elevate several key functions of detecting and responding to attacks is foundational to a robust cybersecurity program. The number of advanced threats that chief information security officers(CISO) and their teams must account for continues to grow unabated every year.

Having a service in place to handle operational needs frees up scarce cybersecurity personnel to focus on other core security functions while raising the cybersecurity maturity level of the enterprise by providing the advanced technologies embedded into an MDR service such as automated response, contextualized threat intelligence, and machine learning (ML) algorithms. 

Read this whitepaper to understand how next-generation MDR services could help you improve your security, including: 

  • How to Measure MDRs Efficiency
  • The Benefits of a Next-Generation MDR Service
  • How To Evaluate a Service Provider

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