5 Ways MDR Providers Help Grow and Scale Security Programs
Managed detection and response (MDR) has become an integral and crucial part of organizations’ proactive cybersecurity frameworks. Selecting and teaming with the right MDR provider can—and must—provide enterprises with clear, demonstrable and measurable benefits that translate into more effective and efficient cybersecurity defense.
Today’s MDR solutions are playing a valuable role in enterprise-wide cybersecurity defense by incorporating such technologies and capabilities as extended detection and response, MITRE ATT&CK framework support and a range of security orchestration, automation and response modernization efforts designed to help security operations centers become more proactive and agile. All of this is being done while freeing up security teams to focus on critical security initiatives.
It’s also important to note that key MDR drivers are influencing decisions not only in large enterprises but also in a wide range of small and midsize organizations, where they can have a potentially greater impact. In fact, research from TechTarget’s Enterprise Strategy Group shows that requirements such as security assessments, vulnerability management and breach incident response are as important in smaller organizations as they are in enterprises. Because smaller organizations typically have fewer security resources, they may face obstacles in dealing with threats in today’s rapidly evolving cybersecurity environment.
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