Managed Detection & Response (MDR)
Why a Managed Service? Introducing ZeroDayLab's MDR.
We live in an era where blind spots in detecting and reacting to early indicators of compromise can be punishing. For many organisations, it can be difficult to configure and design effective security monitoring in-house or leverage existing tools to their maximum potential.
In addition, an effective logging and monitoring solution can process millions of events per day. Alerts stemming from improper detection logic management can often be overwhelming and difficult to understand resulting in a confusing environment; and these come 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Finally, considering auxiliary components of a strong MDR stack such as Intelligence Monitoring (Deep and Dark Web), there are a myriad of challenges associated with developing an effective in-house SOC. Finance, headcount, security expertise and more.
With these challenges in mind, organisations, and business stakeholders are seeking next generation solutions that provide clearer, less static, and more responsive and auditable protection at a cost that is palatable for organisations outside of the FTSE 250.
Our answer? The ZeroDayLab Detection-in-Depth MDR service.
Our MDR service introduces an extensive technology stack built to provide maximum coverage at competitive pricing for small to medium size organisations. This stack includes, but is not limited to:
- Managed SIEM (Servers, Firewalls, IDS, IPS and more)
- Managed Endpoint Detection and Response
- Intelligence Monitoring (Deep & Dark Web)
- File Integrity Monitoring
- Email Protection
- Malware and Ransomware Protection
This array of log sources is combined into a single-pane-of-glass approach, where each previously independent log source is rolled into a detection engine greater than the sum of its parts.
Expert security analysts within the SOC will have eyes-on 24/7/365, tuning detection logic to suit your estate and 'expected activity', before triaging and responding to alerts as they come. Our priority is to be a silent extension of client IT / Security teams, monitoring and reacting to the subversive cyber threats faced round-the-clock and allowing our clients to prioritise day-to-day objectives with peace of mind.
From a management perspective, ZeroDayLab will assign a named Service Delivery Manager to act as a single point of contact throughout the service lifetime. The SDM will ensure seamless delivery and satisfaction, including curated monthly reports that provide a contextual perspective on security highlights both within client estates and in the wider industry.