Why you need managed detection and response

Because the old ways must die


In a recent survey, nine out of 10 organisations that suffered a significant security attack were running up-to-date cybersecurity software. They did what everyone told them to do, and it wasn’t enough.

Traditional security practices are just not working. Threats are becoming more sophisticated, you are managing too many disconnected products, with too many manual processes. You can’t get the skills and the costs of securing your infrastructure are spiralling.

Is this you? If so, you need to integrate your disconnected products and management if you want to survive. Managed detection and response (MDR) is the new best practice. It claims to:

  • Integrate your disconnected products
  • Optimise automation in threat detection
  • Improve response time and quality
  • Make the best use of scarce security skills

But is it that easy, and how do you go about implementing MDR securely and manageably? Dave Martin from Open Systems has promised to tell us. He’s talking to the Reg’s Tim Phillips, and he will explain why your organization needs MDR, how to convince the business that it needs it too, and how to implement it.

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