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What is MDR and how does it work?

MDR stands for Managed Detection and Response. Given the complexities inherent in managing threat detection and response, internally, organizations are looking for strategic approaches to overcome the new challenges in cyberattacks.​

In particular, many are seeking new partnerships with MDR service providers who can fill these gaps. MDR is a service outsourced to ironGate that provides 24-hour monitoring of an organization's environment for signs of a cyber attack.

Leveraging a combination of EDR (Endpoint Protection and Response) technology and human-delivered security expertise, an MDR service provides advanced attack prevention, detection, and remediation, as well as targeted, risk-based threat hunting. That means an MDR service provider is always watching the organization's endpoints so the company's internal IT team isn't overwhelmed with the time and resources this task requires.
This offers SMBs a secure way to overcome some of the business complexities in managing cybersecurity while freeing up team resources to focus on other priorities.

According to Gartner, “By 2025, 50% of organizations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection, and response functions that provide threat containment capabilities.”

Taken together, these projections represent a strong impetus for SMBs to investigate the value that an MDR service can bring to their organization.
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