Lately, we can’t help noticing an endless cycle where the more enterprises invest in threat prevention; the more hackers adapt and continue to penetrate enterprises.
To make things worse, detecting these penetrations still takes too long with an average dwell time that exceeds 100 (!) days.
To keep the enterprise protected, IT needs to figure out a way to break this endless cycle without purchasing complex security and data analysis tools and hiring the right (skilled and expensive) security professionals to operate them.
An advanced security service, Managed Detection and Response (MDR), provides ongoing threat detection and response, leveraging AI and machine learning to investigate, alert, and contain threats.
MDR is becoming popular and gaining traction. In fact, Gartner forecasts that by 2024, 25% of organizations will be using MDR services, up from less than 5% today. And by 2024, 40% of midsize enterprises will use MDR as their only managed security service (source: Gartner’s Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services Published 15 July 2019 – ID G00367208).
MDR is the industry’s hope to break the cycle of adding more and more threat prevention…