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CrowdStrike Named a Leader with "Exceptional" MDR Service: 2023 Forrester Wave for MDR

Forrester has named CrowdStrike a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Q2 2023 which recognizes how CrowdStrike’s “exceptional” Falcon Complete MDR service “blends products, platforms, and services seamlessly for customers.” Forrester evaluated 13 top MDR providers based on the strengths of their current offering, strategy and market presence.


Microsoft Threat Detection and Response: Five Key Pitfalls (and How to Address Them)

Organizations are increasingly turning to the cloud in their attempt to become more agile and efficient. Many will choose the Microsoft ecosystem and will need to become familiar with threat detection and response offered by this environment, how these technologies can be leveraged to their full potential, and what should be supplemented to avoid unnecessary risk.

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Discover the Right Solution with the 2023 Gartner Market Guide for MDR Services

Threat actors have turned cybercrime into big business — a $1.5T USD industry where a ransomware attack occurs every 11 seconds. Each year, the cybersecurity industry works diligently to launch and refine tools, technologies, and solutions. The bad news? So do cybercriminals. Their nefarious innovations continue to leave organizations reeling from cyber attacks that steal data, damage reputations, and put serious dents in annual budgets.


How MDR Can Bring More Value to Your Endpoint Detection and Response Platform

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions are a crucial element of any cyber defense strategy. In general, EDR solutions help companies detect issues on the myriad number of devices their employees use. Although an EDR’s value is apparent there’s a simple way to draw additional value from an EDR system while strengthening your defense in depth strategy by adding a managed detection and response (MDR) solution.


Trustwave MDR and Penetration Testing Solutions Win Global InfoSec Awards

Trustwave was honored during Cyber Defense Magazine in the 11th Annual Global InfoSec Awards at the 2023 RSA Conference, taking home accolades for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Service Providers and was named the Market Leader in Penetration Testing.


How Advanced Continual Threat Hunting Takes MDR and Cybersecurity to the Next Level

When researching which managed detection and response (MDR) service provider to partner with, security professionals would do well to consider whether the provider also has experience with threat hunting, a topic we covered in a previous post. As with MDR, however, threat hunting offerings can vary dramatically, and an innovative, human-led form promises significant gains in terms of cyber protection: advanced continual threat hunting.

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Arctic Wolf Recognized as Top MDR Solution by G2

It’s good to be on top. G2 has recognized Arctic Wolf® Managed Detection and Response (MDR) as the top overall MDR solution. As the leader in security operations, we help thousands of organizations across industries and around the globe end cyber risk through 24×7 monitoring that helps organizations detect, respond, and recover from modern cyber attacks. It’s an honor to be recognized by G2.


Why Threat Hunting is Crucial to a Managed Detection and Response Service

Managed detection and response (MDR) is justifiably one of the fastest-growing areas of cybersecurity, with Gartner estimating 50 percent of organizations will be using MDR services by 2025. But in choosing an MDR service, security pros should take into consideration what kind of expertise the provider can bring to bear – and how that expertise should extend beyond the MDR service itself.


Features Every Managed Detection and Response Solution Must Have

Gartner’s newly released 2023 Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services offers detailed advice to organizations on what capabilities an MDR provider must deliver in order to keep its clients secure. The guide reinforces the notion that a MDR provider must come to the table with a portfolio of strong supporting solutions to deliver an effective and comprehensive security product.