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MDR vs MSSP vs SIEM: The Evolving Threat Detection Landscape

Effective threat detection is critical to achieving a mature cybersecurity posture. Yet with so many threat detection options on the market, from managed detection and response (MDR) to managed security service providers (MSSPs) to security information and event management (SIEM), choosing the most effective one for your organization can be challenging.


Torq for MDR: Increase Margin and Onboard Customers Faster

Managed detection and response providers (MDRs) are at an inflection point. They previously relied on legacy SOAR to secure their customers. But SOAR solutions struggle to keep up with the evolving and maturing threat landscape, and were not designed to scale into cloud environments. As a way to break free from SOAR’s shortcomings, MDRs are turning to hyperautomation.


Trustwave MDR: The Pivot Point That Enhances Multiple Security Tools

Several years ago, Trustwave, already a leader in Managed Security Services (MSS), recognized the shift in market needs and fully pivoted to its future as a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) leader. Trustwave's leadership chose this course because it understood that a leading cybersecurity solution provider could no longer be effective without all the weapons MDR brings to the fight.

WatchGuard Launches MDR Service, Helps MSPs Accelerate Cybersecurity Service Delivery

Amid rising customer demand for MDR, the new offering allows MSPs to offer 24/7 threat detection and response services to customers without the burden of building and managing an in-house SOC.

The IR Retainer Redefined: Boosting Cyber Resilience with MDR + Cyber Risk Retainer

An effective detection and response capability is essential for monitoring key assets, containing threats early and eradicating them. However, due to the current disparate nature of potential attack vectors within an organization, affording the wide range of sensors necessary can be a challenge as well as the worry of the disruption of critical services. Yet, without robust detection and response processes, businesses are left vulnerable.


Stories from the SOC: Quishing - Combatting embedded malicious QR codes

Over the past several months, AT&T Managed Detection and Response (MTDR) security operations center (SOC) analysts have seen an increase in the usage of phishing emails containing malicious QR codes. In a recent example, a customer that was victimized by a phishing attempt provided the AT&T analysts with an email that was circulated to several of its internal users.


Kroll named as an Overall Leader in KuppingerCole 2023 Managed Detection & Response Leadership Compass Report

The 2023 KuppingerCole Leadership Compass Report: Managed Detection & Response Services provides an overview of the market for MDR services that manage a collection of cybersecurity technologies to provide advanced cyber threat detection and response capabilities. In the report, Kroll was identified as a leading MDR provider, alongside just seven other MDR vendors selected from the across the whole MDR market.


Falcon Complete for Service Providers: New Program Expands Access to Market-Leading MDR Service

CrowdStrike is expanding access to its market-leading managed detection and response (MDR) service, CrowdStrike Falcon® Complete. With the announcement of Falcon Complete for Service Providers, CrowdStrike partners can now license and build upon Falcon Complete to provide 24/7 expertise to customers, empowering them to augment their cybersecurity teams and stop breaches.