As more organizations today struggle to keep up with the threat landscape, detection and response capabilities can suffer, too. This is often due to a lack of expertise on-staff, or a lack of staff altogether. Increasingly, many security teams are turning to managed detection and response (MDR) providers to help shore up their defenses. In the past several years, the breadth and capabilities of MDR providers have expanded considerably, often including threat intelligence, threat hunting, advanced malware analysis, and many more services than in the past. More solutions are also capable of integrating with other security controls and platforms running in customer environments, and automation for response workflows is another major consideration for most organizations, as well.
In this webcast, we’ll explore the landscape of what security teams should be looking for in a mature, capable MDR offering, and also discuss emerging and evolving trends that will affect the industry now and in the future.
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