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Kroll named as an Overall Leader in KuppingerCole 2023 Managed Detection & Response Leadership Compass Report

The 2023 KuppingerCole Leadership Compass Report: Managed Detection & Response Services provides an overview of the market for MDR services that manage a collection of cybersecurity technologies to provide advanced cyber threat detection and response capabilities. In the report, Kroll was identified as a leading MDR provider, alongside just seven other MDR vendors selected from the across the whole MDR market.


Falcon Complete for Service Providers: New Program Expands Access to Market-Leading MDR Service

CrowdStrike is expanding access to its market-leading managed detection and response (MDR) service, CrowdStrike Falcon® Complete. With the announcement of Falcon Complete for Service Providers, CrowdStrike partners can now license and build upon Falcon Complete to provide 24/7 expertise to customers, empowering them to augment their cybersecurity teams and stop breaches.


2023 KuppingerCole Leadership Compass Report: Managed Detection & Response Services

KuppingerCole has named Kroll as an Overall Leader in its latest analysis of the Managed Detection & Response services market. The KuppingerCole Leadership Compass provides an overview of the market for managed detection and response (MDR) services that manage a collection of cybersecurity technologies to provide advanced cyber threat detection and response capabilities, including Security Operations Center as a Service (SOCaaS) offerings.


What Is the Significance of Mobile Device Management in Strengthening Cloud Security?

The rise of the cloud has been a remarkable and transformative switch from physical devices to storing our files online. What surfaced in the late 90s is today so commonplace that every business in this world—big or small—has something on the cloud. The cloud has changed the future of data storage and accessibility forever. One can rightly say that the cloud was the stepping stone to digital transformation. The popularity of mobile devices is not surprising either.


MDR firm saves $100K per year with LimaCharlie

Recon Infosec is a growing managed security services provider run by a team of seasoned cybersecurity experts. After switching from their custom-engineered security stack to the LimaCharlie SecOps Cloud Platform, they achieved an annual cost savings of $100,000, improved their mean detection and response times by 98%, and laid the groundwork for scalable, long-term growth.


Undecrypting the cybersecurity alphabet soup: MDR vs. XDR

XDR and MDR are cybersecurity solutions to enhance an organization's threat identification and response capabilities. While both solutions target the same objective, they employ different approaches. MDR strengthens an organization's internal security team with external expertise, whereas XDR streamlines security architecture through a centralized dashboard and automation of tedious tasks.


MDR in 2023: Managed Detection & Response Solutions Today

In an ideal world, organizations should have round-the-clock protection for their corner of cyberspace, and prompt response to cyber-attacks. For this to happen, you’llneed top talent, equipped with sophisticated tools and knowledge of up-to-date security practices. But this is hardly the case for most organizations, meaning most are left vulnerable and seeking security solutions from third parties offering MDR services.


EDR, XDR & MDR in 2023: Which Detection & Response System Is Best?

In this article, I’m looking at the key differences between endpoint detection and response (EDR) and the related extended and managed options, XDR and MDR. Here’s the short version: Now let’s dig in to get a bit more context on this cybersecurity fundamental.

Arctic Wolf

SIEM vs. MSSP vs. MDR: An Essential Guide

Cybersecurity is a constant journey, always full of fresh challenges. New threats keep popping up. Endpoint-only solutions are ineffective. And the cybersecurity skills shortage makes it difficult to recruit and retain top talent — especially with the increasing salaries required to be competitive. You may consider a security operations center (SOC), until you find out that operating one in-house is prohibitively expensive and time-consuming.