MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE: WHERE IS IT RIGHT NOW? AND WHERE ENTERPRISE CISOS/CIOS ULTIMATELY NEED IT TO BE
- What does MDR mean to your organisation?
- Current security trends and challenges that MDR can address
- Predicting the future of MDR
According to Gartner, by 2025, 50% of organisations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection and response functions that offer threat containment capabilities.
With Europe alone recorded 304 significant attacks against "critical sectors" in 2020 - double that of 2019 - it's no wonder organisations are turning to MDR.
Full-scale MDR services bring enhanced visibility, rapid threat detection and the ability to respond to and remediate early-stage attacks, giving organisations the defences they need against cyber-attacks.
But MDR can mean different things to different people. Is the true meaning of MDR losing its way? Is it failing to meet its true potential? What does the future hold for MDR?
Join this exclusive dinner at Amazonico, to explore these questions, and more importantly, where you and your organisation ultimately needs MDR to be.