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Trustwave and Trellix Enter into a Strategic Managed Detection and Response Partnership

Trustwave and Trellix have entered a strategic partnership that will see the two premier cybersecurity companies deliver best-in-class Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solutions to enterprise-class organizations. The partnership will begin with Trustwave's innovative MDR services on Trellix EDR products, which will result in these clients receiving unrivaled threat visibility and the ability to detect and respond to threats faster and more precisely.


Modern SOCs and MDR services: Modern SOC Key Functions

At a high level, the SOC's core mission remains to help the enterprise manage cyber risk, but what has changed is the sophistication of cyber threats and the mechanics of the SOC to operate. To successfully protect and respond to threats, SOCs need deep visibility into organization activity and automate key but repetitive functions while freeing analysts to focus on more valuable functions such as threat hunting and vulnerability management.


Trustwave Government Solutions Named Palo Alto Networks Cortex XMDR Specialization Partner

Trustwave Government Solutions (TGS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trustwave Holdings, Inc., which supports the public sector with market-leading Managed Detection and Response (MDR) cybersecurity services, has achieved Palo Alto Networks Cortex eXtended Managed Detection and Response (XMDR) Specialization.


Bloor Research: Managed Detection and Response - 2023 Market Update

Bloor analyzed the most often cited MDR providers delivering technology-agnostic services and named Kroll a Champion. Nearly three years since Bloor Research analyzed the managed detection and response (MDR) landscape, its 2023 MDR Market Update shows a maturing market sector where vendors go beyond endpoint detection and response (EDR) to ingest a variety of telemetry, including cloud services, and develop more robust incident response (IR).


Modern SOCs and MDR services IV: Deployment Models

Currently, it is possible to offer managed detection and response services from a SOC that are implemented in different ways. All implementation alternatives have their advantages and disadvantages, which must be carefully evaluated before deciding to adopt one or another deployment model. The most common deployment models include.

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10 Key Advantages of an MDR Solution

Security operations solutions are now essential to stopping today’s cyberthreats. As cyberthreats evolve and grow more sophisticated, cybersecurity must also evolve to prevent major breaches and attacks. Defending against current threats requires a dynamic, adaptable approach that’s as evolved as cyber criminals’ tactics.