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Pathfinder: Practical Requirements for Responding to Cyberthreats with MDR

Speed is of the essence when it comes to incident response, yet more than 57% of midsize and large enterprises believe their security staffing level is inadequate to handle their cybersecurity challenges. Despite this stat, only 22% plan to add to their security team in the coming year.

Responding effectively to security events requires a tailored approach to each environment, requirement, customer obligation, and the organization’s overall risk appetite. While a threat detection and response provider can help organize, identify, and orchestrate most of the key elements of response, your organization must also incorporate preparation as an ongoing process with continuous refinement through updates and revisions.

“While it may be tempting for some organizations to build out their own threat detection and response capabilities and SOCs, most will find that developing these capabilities and staffing a SOC for 24/7 operations is a significant, time-consuming and costly challenge.”

This Pathfinder paper navigates decision-makers through:

  • Issues of cyberthreat response
  • Business value of adopting MDR
  • Recommendations and considerations
  • Concrete next steps
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