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Greatness is every team working toward a common goal. Winning in spite of cyber threats and overcoming challenges in spite of them. It’s building for a future that only you can create or simply coming home in time for dinner.
However you define greatness, Optiv is in your corner. We manage cyber risk so you can secure your full potential.
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #8.0
Managed Extended Detection and Response (MXDR) is the most advanced threat detection and response available. This guide explains how these offerings compare, how MXDR works and how it can improve security outcomes and reduce risk.
Optiv MXDR Overview
Threat actors are stealthy, persistent and adaptive. They keep upping the ante, and new variants of cyber warfare increase business risk.
DIY cyber defense isn’t practical or affordable for most businesses. Staffing is difficult. Technology products are expensive, and often they’re underutilized and unintegrated. Processes need constant attention. A security gap or vulnerability can lead to a breach.
Security leaders are looking for relief from tool overload, skills shortages, rising security costs, rising risk and security complexity.
Download the field guide to learn:
Optiv MXDR is a cloud-based, scalable architecture designed to connect disparate tools, deliver real-time detection, support threat hunting and enable automated response. Key features include:
As you think about how to improve your organization’s threat detection and response and lower risk, ask the following questions:
MXDR leverages your existing technology investments. It secures your environment using a simplified approach with full transparency. And it enables the right integrated, automated security tools, letting you know which threats matter most and which to mitigate first.
Traditional threat monitoring has evolved into advanced detection and response services against a backdrop of digital transformation and skyrocketing corporate cyberattacks.
Vendors and service providers continue to innovate and deliver better protection solutions. As a result, managed security services (MSS) have been augmented with managed detection and response (MDR), network detection and response (NDR), endpoint detection and response (EDR), extended detection and response (XDR) and now managed XDR (MXDR).
This field guide overviews:
Download this guide to better understand MXDR and how it can bolster your cybersecurity program.
Designed with you in mind – with easily searchable content – these field guides are a “go-to” reference for all your cybersecurity strategies and tactics. Each one is topic-specific and based on years of “been-there-done-that” research. Like what? From change management to getting ahead of ransomware to surviving an attack, implementing SASE or Zero Trust, it’s all here – with more to come.
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #1
What to Do When Everything Changes
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #2
How to Survive an Attack
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3
Get SASE to Accelerate Your Digital Transformation
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3.5
How to Effectively Implement and Operationalize SASE
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #4
Best Practices for Automated Vulnerability Remediation
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #5
Ransomware: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #6
Zero Trust Guiding Principles
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #7
Why IAM Is a Top Cybersecurity Priority
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #8
How to Simplify and Strengthen Security With Managed XDR
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #9
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #10
Forging Operational Resilience
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #11
How to Secure Your Operational Technology (OT)