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Gartner sixth annual Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services dives into the growth of the MDR industry and delivers guidance for buyers seeking to understand the difference between managed detection and response service providers and traditional managed security service providers (MSSPs).
Gartner describes MDR as a service that provides customers with remotely delivered modern security operations center (SOC) capabilities allowing organizations to rapidly detect, analyze, investigate and actively respond through threat mitigation and containment. MDR service providers offer a turnkey experience covering areas such as endpoint, network and cloud services to collect relevant logs, data and contextual information. This process allows for investigation by skilled threat hunters.
Some key findings and recommendations of the Managed Detection and Response Gartner Market Guide include:
The number of MDR service providers and the range of styles continue to increase causing challenges for buyer select a MDR provider
MDR services include a larger set of technologies, visibility and coverage than endpoint detection and response
A core capability for MDR vendors is that they will initiate measures for active containment and disruption of a cyber threat
MDR customers are using MDR services to obtain 24/7, remotely delivered modern security operation center (SOC) capabilities when they do not have an existing internal capability
MDR customers should investigate whether the MDR provider’s technology stack or supported set of technologies fit with the existing security controls and IT environment, from on-premises to cloud
Read the Market Guide to learn more about MDR services, the direction of the MDR market and get a list of current MDR service providers.
1. Gartner,Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services, By Pete Shoard, Craig Lawson, Mitchell Schneider, John Collins, Mark Wah, Andrew Davies, 25 October 2021
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