Managed Detection and Response
MDR — A better way to defend against the cyberpredator
A 2021 study found that it takes, on average, 212 days to detect a security breach and another 75 days to contain it.1 It's an unacceptable timeframe, compounded by the growing complexity of corporate networks, and the vastly expanded risk surface resulting from the events of 2020. As it gets harder to keep the bad guys out, new ways to protect networks and data are needed.
As this IDC Technology Spotlight explores, the arrival of COVID-19 has accelerated demand for more robust defenses and more advanced capabilities to identify, contain, and remove malware. It's why Managed Detection and Response (MDR) has come to the fore.
Within this paper, discover:
- How Cisco's MDR brings together a rich set of tools and technologies to detect and resolve threats faster
- The components of Cisco's MDR service, including Talos Threat Intelligence, Cisco AMP for Endpoints, Cisco Umbrella, Cisco Secure Malware Analytics, and Cisco Secure Cloud Analytics (optional)
- Why Cisco MDR has emerged as the preferred service for organizations that seek to improve their cybersecurity programs
1 IBM Security and Ponemon Institute 2021 Cost of a Data Breach Study