Technology is constantly evolving, and so is its relevance. In today’s world, its increasingly difficult to imagine a day without technology. Just think of the number of times that you rely on new age technologies for each activity. Everyone, even the self-proclaimed analogue dinosaur, depends on internet, mobile and data flow in some way or the other.

We know, a user defines how a tool behaves. The internet as a tool has its shades of grey too. This extent and dependence on internet and exponential data thus generated has spawned an almost organised ways of cybercrimes, that try and exploit the data flow by hook or by crook. Cybercriminals are targeting information technology systems that are simply not well-protected from intrusion attacks. The fact that people are so reliant on technology makes it prone to malevolent intent and actions. This is where Managed Detection and Response (MDR) comes in.

MDR is an organised defence and neutralising system, that not only protects in case of attacks but also actively projects and pursues intended or unintended activities that is detrimental to the intended flow of data. A le James bond!

Like technology, MDR continues to evolve with increasing sophistication in hacking. And the nature of MDR too evolves, beyond prevention, protection, and now, attack to protect before it happens.

As at stake in not mere data, but a data that is intellectual property, financial ownership, private and biometric data, navigation and defence details. Imagine, in the wrong hands the havoc it can portend. Loss of time, money and reputation, even human lives to the catastrophic proportions. Cybercriminals target networks and websites with weaker security. Obviously! The stolen data and information are worth much in the shadier undergrounds. It’s an ongoing crime and has quickly become a familiar scenario to many enterprises.

This is why MDR is so important in our society today. MDR is not a new concept; it has been around for a long time. The main goal of Managed Detection and Response is to ensure that cybercrimes and data loss is prevented. It’s not enough to arrest and prosecute after the crime is committed. The crime needs to be stopped before it actually happens.

How can MDR help with this cause? With this program in play, your organization can fully understand the IT environment in which it operates. This will provide you with some important advantages that can help prevent hacking and misuse.

ENVIRONMENTAL THREAT DETECTION

First, to detect cybersecurity threats, deployed MDR system performs a series of functions including analysing the types of risks that your organization may be exposed to. This can enable you to determine exactly what the most critical threats are. Using MDR, companies are able to gauge which threats are more serious. This allows you to take preemptive steps to close those doors to cyber thieves. Preventing just one attack can save millions of dollars’ worth of data.

MAKES THREAT DETENTION FASTER

By making the organization aware of the threats they face, MDR makes threat detection simpler. Since MDR enhances threat analysis, your business can fully understand exactly which cybersecurity threats you face. Imagine being able to act before a breach occurs. You can act today and avoid a nightmare tomorrow. With MDR, your company can quickly assess its level of security and act right away.

INCREASES ABILITY TO RESPOND TO THREATS

MDR enhances the capabilities of organizations that use it to respond to cybersecurity threats. Preparation is everything when dealing with hackers and cyber thieves. Your organization needs to be prepared for every type of threat, from ransomware and hacking to data leaks. Having greater knowledge of those threats that pose the biggest risk helps you to respond with more precision. Anticipate threats before they happen. Define those weaker areas and eliminate them.

ENHANCES THREAT PREVENTION

An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, they say. This holds true especially when millions of dollars are at stake. The impact of cybersecurity in our world today is far-reaching. Every year, cyber breaches cost businesses millions of dollars. They damage your reputation and slow your forward progress. With MDR, threat prevention becomes your greatest ally. Proactive security monitoring can apply proven rules to your security system, thus offering a new level of breach management.

DO WE REALLY NEED MDR?

Many business owners feel frustrated by the sheer number of cyber breaches occurring each day. MDR allows you to take back control of your data security. It’s a reliable system that focuses on one thing: preventing data breaches from occurring, whether intentional or unintentional, whether from inside the organisation or from outside the organisation.

The threat of cyber-attacks is ever looming. Thieves are constantly finding new ways to get through any crack or hole in your security system. And, their methods are getting more and more sophisticated as the days go by. The whole cyber security industry evolves at such a fast pace that most business owners are unable to keep up with it. This fact leaves you at a distinct disadvantage. Better leave it to the experts, who can work as your sophisticated and updated detect, protect and thwart agency.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Though the intricacies of MDR may be somewhat complex, it is important to remember the advantages of this system. With MDR in place, you can avoid being the next victim and sleep much better at night. For business owners, peace of mind is priceless. You can focus on running your company once again and take pride in your accomplishments.

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