Cyberattacks continue to rise in complexity and scale, affecting essential services, private individuals, and businesses alike. A study by Security Magazine revealed that an attack occurs every 39 seconds on average on the internet, and the non-secure usernames and passcodes that are being used provide attackers more chance of success.
Managed Detection & Response
Threat detection and response is becoming an essential aspect of cybersecurity for organizations that depend on cloud infrastructure. Moreover, cybercrimes also take longer to fix which leads to more organizations losing a significant amount of their revenues.
A Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service will take over where your security stops. It is a 24/7 solution for advanced threat hunting and protection with ongoing vulnerability scans and remediation. And it costs less than deploying the same services in your own company. You don’t have to buy high-tech tools, find qualified security professionals and then pay a lot of money for either of those things.
When customers’ data, financial reports, an organization’s reputation, and customers’ trust are all at stake, cybersecurity becomes a top priority. With cyber-threats rising daily, both in volume and sophistication all over the world, your organization needs to be familiar with how to detect and have a quick response to cyber-incidents.
It’s no secret that global cyber threats are increasing both in volume and sophistication with each passing year. Some estimates even predict that the total cost of global cyber crime damage will hit $6 trillion annually by the year 2021. Which is why companies, brands, and organizations across the board are enlisting help from third party vendors and partners in their cybersecurity solutions efforts, leading to the the recent rise of the Managed Detection and Response (MDR) model.