A dynamic threat landscape and an evolving IT environment coupled with a critical skills shortage are driving security leaders to look for pragmatic options for protecting enterprise assets and enabling the business. More and more organizations are turning to Managed Detection and Response (MDR) to fulfill those goals.
Working with an MDR provider is a great way to outsource detection and response capabilities to free up team members to focus on higher-value work and ensure round-the-clock coverage. But how do you make sure you choose an MDR provider that fits with your security and business goals?
Download this guide to learn more about:
- How MDR could address key security challenges
- The benefits of an MDR solution and the drawbacks
- Top questions to ask as you’re evaluating an MDR provider