MDR (Managed Detection and Response) - Tagged - Security Boulevard
SASE How the Cybersecurity Industry Changed in 2020

Extending the Promise of SASE with MDR 

Managed detection and response (MDR) services have recently gained attention as a way to deal with the growth in cyberthreats. MDR services are often classified as a turnkey solution for businesses looking ...
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SMBs DarkSide third-party risk management

How Can SMBs Fight Cyberattacks?

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) faced unique challenges on the cybersecurity front. The massive disruption caused by the pandemic only exacerbated the challenges of protecting data, systems ...
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NicheStack edge computing IoT Security

Edge Computing Growth Drives New Cybersecurity Concerns

Edge computing is proving to be more than just a trend. Research giant Gartner predicts that by 2025, some 75% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside of the traditional ...
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startups innovation MDR

How MDR Fills SASE and ZTNA Cybersecurity Gaps

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced most enterprises to change how IT operates. However, the rush to adopt new modes of work, such as remote users, work from home users and cloud services, ...
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Head to Head: MDR vs SIEM

Many companies turn to security information and event management (SIEM) solutions to meet compliance requirements and improve their security posture. They are designed to give companies a centralized view of security events, ...

Four Questions to Consider when Building a Security Platform

Cybersecurity is more complex than ever before. Threats grow increasingly sophisticated, with cybercriminals employing automation to scale up the number and frequency of their attacks. These attacks often unfold in phases over ...

Understanding Managed Detection and Response, and Choosing Your Provider

On November 17th, Dave Gruber, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) will join me as we lead a discussion on managed detection and response (MDR). Our goal is to help our ...