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Overview

The MDR difference

Many businesses enlist the help of a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) but find that the company provides little value beyond incident alerting, doesn’t adapt quickly enough to the evolving threat landscape, and is too slow to deliver value.

Redscan is different. We’re a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) provider that, through an outcome-focused approach, delivers the actionable insight organisations need to proactively detect current and emerging threats and respond rapidly to incidents.

Redscan ThreatDetect MDR

Benefits

Fully turnkey

An MDR service supplies the tools needed to detect and respond to threats as well as the people to deploy, configure and monitor them.

Proactive threat detection

An MDR service leverages the best security telemetry and intelligence to expand threat coverage and hunt for threats before they are capable of causing damage and disruption.

The latest technology

MDR uses best of breed network and endpoint monitoring technologies to provide extensive threat visibility across on-premises and cloud environments plus identify known and unknown threats.

Thorough alert investigation

All security alerts generated by the service’s underlying technology stack are meticulously analysed to verify that they are genuine – low value alerts don’t get passed ‘over the wall’.

Integrated incident response

MDR supplies actionable mitigation guidance and the support to automatically contain and disrupt threats whenever they occur.

Swift service deployment

MDR services are deployed in weeks rather than months, significantly reducing time to value.

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Features

Reasons to choose an MDR service

Unlike security monitoring services offered by legacy MSSPs, MDR doesn’t wait for attacks to happen.

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24/7 network monitoring
24/7 endpoint monitoring
Proactive human threat hunting
Genuine incident notification
Actionable threat mitigation guidance
A turnkey technology stack included
Advanced behavioural analytics
Threat disruption and containment (SOAR)
SLAs for detection and response

Detect the threats of most concern to your business

MDR Use Cases

Why Redscan?

Why choose ThreatDetect™ for Managed Detection and Response?

Supplying the people, technology and cyberoffensive intelligence needed to detect and respond to current and emerging cyber threats.

  • An outcome-focused approach 
  • Red and blue team security expertise
  • CREST-accredited Security Operations Centre
  • Technology agnostic
  • CyberOps™ threat management platform
  • Rated >9/10 for overall customer satisfaction

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15th September 2020
Significant number of remote workers use own devices to access company data
A global survey of over 13,000 remote workers has found that 39% of them use their own devices to access data belonging to their employer, often via services and applications hosted in the cloud. Many of the personal devices used to do this were identified as being less secure than corporate devices.
8th September 2020
New research suggests a quarter of company desktops lack security software
New research suggests that almost one in four (23%) of desktop computers and one in five (17%) of laptops supplied by UK employers lack security software. The research also reveals company smartphones to be as exposed to cyber security issues as desktop computers.
1st September 2020
Formal warnings issued about the rise in vishing attacks
The FBI have issued formal warnings about vishing, a new version of phishing in which cybercriminals make voice-over-IP (VoIP) calls to employees they view as vulnerable. The rise of vishing, also known as voice phishing, is thought to be due to the increase in remote working and the use of VPNs.
25th August 2020
96% of UK businesses experienced at least one major cyber-attack over the past year
Research shows that 96% of UK businesses experienced at least one significant cyber-attack over the past year with 65% of respondents stating that their operational technology (OT) had undergone an attack.