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The Difference Between Cybersecurity & Network Security
Learn how Datashield partners with ExtraHop, our premier Network Detection and Response (NDR) partner, from our Director of Product Management Mike Heller. I first met the ExtraHop team at RSA Conference 2020, just weeks before the world changed from COVID-19. After the initial meet and greets, we decided to schedule a time to do a deep dive post-conference. Datashield saw an immediate value-add that our service would bring from a technology perspective.
Organizations of all sizes rely on managed security service providers (MSSPs) to deliver managed detection and response (MDR) and additional cybersecurity services at scale. Understanding the various service options can save your organization money and resources.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service providers refer to companies that offer turnkey threat detection and response tools to end-users or security teams through security operations center technologies. MDR services protect cloud-based infrastructure, IT networks, cyber-physical systems, apps, devices, and on-premise assets. The managed security service providers offer round-the-clock monitoring to ensure security incidents can be detected in real-time and mitigated quickly.
Google Chronicle is a next-gen cloud SIEM solution, built from Google search engine infrastructure. Chronicle is able to normalize, index, correlate, and analyze data against itself and against third-party information to provide instant analysis and context in record speeds.
Cybercrime, job openings, and vulnerable software are at an all-time high.
Outlined below is a brief synopsis of what MDR is, how it is different and valuable as well as how it is delivered. What is MDR? MDR (Managed Detection and Response) is the ability to focus on a true threat instead of millions of alerts and notifications from various tools. MDR providers deliver services for buyers looking to implement or improve their threat detection, response, and continuous-monitoring capabilities.