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Overview

Elevate your endpoint security with a managed Carbon Black EDR service

Carbon Black Cloud Enterprise EDR is a powerful tool capable of improving detection of cyber security threats targeting endpoint devices. However, without a high level of security knowledge to utilise this technology effectively, your organisation will fail to reap all the benefits. As a certified Carbon Black MSSP Partner, Redscan is here to help.

Visibility

Deep endpoint visibility

Carbon Black’s cloud-based EDR platform provides endpoints with a ‘crucial’ level protection against advanced malware, ransomware and non-malware attacks. Carbon Black Enterprise EDR offers scalable, real-time endpoint detection and response capabilities, which facilitates deeper forensic analysis, improved threat hunting and faster incident response.

But technology alone cannot prevent cybercrime. Getting the most out of endpoint detection and response technology requires the expertise of cyber security specialists that know what malicious behaviour looks like and how to respond to it.

Managed CB EDR

Managed EDR powered by Carbon Black

Redscan’s managed Carbon Black EDR service helps organisations to maximise the value of Carbon Black in order to more rapidly detect and disrupt threats. Our Managed Carbon Black service includes:

Experienced CSOC professionals

Redscan’s team of Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC) experts are trained to the highest professional standards. By deploying, monitoring and maintaining your organisation’s Carbon Black environment around-the-clock, our specialists ensure your defences are fully optimised, 24/7. Our qualifications include CREST CRT, CCT APP, CCT INF, CCSAM, CCSAS, OSCP, CEH and CCNA.

Richer threat intelligence

Through the orchestration of intelligence from a wide range of sources, including Redscan Labs and our team of CREST-certified ethical hackers, we ensure your organisation benefits from the high level of insight needed to best utilise Carbon Black Enterprise EDR.

Technology management

As a Carbon Black MSSP partner, Redscan ensures you organisation benefits from the power of Carbon Black EDR, while at the same time taking advantage of other cutting-edge technologies. Additional technologies included as part of ThreatDetect:

CyberOps™

CyberOps, Redscan’s threat management platform, integrates directly with Carbon Black Enterprise EDR as well as a wide range of other security technologies. As the virtual interface between Redscan’s CSOC and your in-house IT team, CyberOps enables our experts to deliver swift, noise-free incident alerting and actionable mitigation advice.

Threat Hunting

Carbon Black cyber threat hunting

Without the right tools and procedures in place, the average breach can take months to discover. By proactively hunting for attacks and shutting them down before they result in damage, Redscan’s specialist threat hunters and incident responders reduce the mean time to detect and mean time to respond to threats.

Aided by the forensic capabilities of Carbon Black EDR, Redscan’s hunt teams utilise their deep understanding of offensive security to create custom watchlists and automate threat containment and disruption.

Redscan's SOC team conducting cyber threat hunting

About us

Why choose Kroll?

  • A leading global MDR company
  • Red and blue team CREST CSOC expertise
  • High-quality intelligence and actionable outcomes
  • Quick and hassle-free service deployment
  • An agnostic approach to technology selection
  • Avg. 9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

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