Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is an advanced managed security service that provides threat intelligence, threat hunting, security monitoring, incident analysis, and incident response. This is unlike traditional MSSPs who only provide alerts from security monitoring.
Security providers provide their MDR customers access to their pool of security researchers and engineers, who are responsible for monitoring networks, analyzing incidents, and responding to security cases.
An MDR security platform is considered an advanced 24/7 security control that often includes a range of fundamental security activities including cloud-managed security for organizations that cannot maintain their own security operations center.
MDR Services combine advanced analytics, threat intelligence, and human expertise in incident investigation and response deployed at the host and network levels.
Threat detection across
your IT stack
Unlimited scale with high performance
computing and cloud
Automated threat containment and
24x7 SOC monitoring by world class
Behavioral analytics and network traffic
Integrated Incident Response
Cyber threats are rising in both volume and sophistication every day. Traditionally, cyber defense has been at a disadvantage – attackers needed to succeed just once while defenders had to protect a large, ever-expanding attack surface 24x7.
No amount of people can mine through all your security and IT data to detect modern threats, and respond quickly to contain attacks as the most glaring issue is a lack of security skills within organizations.
An often overlooked issue when it comes to cybersecurity is the sheer volume of alerts security and IT teams regularly receive. Many of these alerts cannot be readily identified as malicious, and have to be checked on an individual basis.
By operating as an extension of your organization, our MDR service enables you to quickly elevate security capabilities to enterprise level
iVolve offer MDR Services to organizations in need of addressing in-house skill gaps while extending your team’s capabilities.
By investigating prioritized alerts, iVolve threat researchers can then work with organizations to provide a detailed remediation plan.