Is Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Right for Me?

Presented by

Dave Gruber, Senior Cybersecurity Industry Analyst and Jack Danahy, SVP and Chief Evangelist of Alert Logic

About this talk

Struggling to keep up with threat detection and response? The constantly changing threat landscape together with an ongoing shortage of cybersecurity skills has left most security teams feeling like they can’t keep up. Managed detection and response (MDR) service providers are helping to fill this gap, but in a rapidly evolving market, there are different providers delivering different types of security outcomes. Join Dave Gruber, Senior Cybersecurity Industry Analyst from Enterprise Strategy Group, along with Jack Danahy, SVP and Chief Evangelist of Alert Logic, as they explore different types of MDR service providers and where they best fit in helping security teams of different sizes and maturity. Leaving this discussion, you will understand better how to decide what type of service provider is right for you based on the outcomes you can expect when you engage with them. If you are considering the use of an MDR service, you won’t want to miss this session.

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