Managed Detection and Response/ MDR stories
OpenText launches MDR service to empower security teams
OpenText has launched a new managed detection and response service designed to help enterprise customers uncover risks and threats before they can make a detrimental impact.
CrowdStrike to acquire Humio for $400 million
The move expands CrowdStrike’s Extended Detection and Response (XDR) capabilities through Humio’s data ingestion and analytics expertise, which CrowdStrike says will deliver improved insights and better protection.
Why extended detection and response is a 'movement'
Fuelling its momentum as a movement fast gaining traction, Gartner called XDR the number one trend CISOs should understand to strengthen security initiatives.
Palo Alto Networks and PwC deliver MDR services to Hong Kong enterprises
“Together, PwC and Palo Alto Networks offer a service designed to address and solve customer cybersecurity pain points particularly as the market demands new ways to detect and respond to threats.”
Palo Alto Networks and PwC extend partnership, deliver cyber defence solution
The pair will deliver managed detection and response (MDR) services to joint customers, with the offering combining MDR services from both companies.
ESET included in Forrester Enterprise EDR report
The report provides an overview of the technology players in the EDR market and offers insights into understanding their capabilities.
The top four cloud IT security misconfigurations and how to fix them
Thankfully, there are some effective steps that can be taken to overcome four of the most common security issues, thereby reducing the attack surface.
Digital Guardian launches new security solution to bolster data protection
In the absence of skilled talent to employ in-house, organisations are increasingly steering towards adopting managed cybersecurity services.
BlackBerry launches new threat hunting solution
CylanceGUARD is a subscription-based offering that validates, triages, analyses, prioritises, and automates analyst and incident engagement.
Sophos acquires Rook Security to provide managed detection and response
As a channel-first security provider, Sophos will deliver the new MDR services through its network of approximately 47,000 channel partners worldwide.