- Emerging elements in the MDR market
- MDR market analysis, including core capabilities of MDR service providers
- Actionable recommendations for security and risk management leaders
Opinions vary on what constitutes managed detection and response (MDR). Some security providers have repositioned existing solutions as MDR, others have created new and niche solutions. To make an informed buying decision, it’s important to understand the needs, perceptions and ideal value of MDR. However, determining what MDR is, why you need it, and which offering is right for your organization may seem overwhelming.
This 2023 Gartner Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services can help answer your questions. “Security and risk management leaders should use this research to identify MDR services that meet their business-driven risk requirements.”1
According to this report, “By 2025, 60% of organizations will be actively using remote threat disruption and containment capabilities delivered directly by MDR providers, up from 30% today.”
Will yours be one of them?
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