Managed Detection & Response (MDR)
- Made in Germany. For a safe world!
- Detect and defend against cyber attacks
before high damage occurs
- Best Cyber Detection & Response Team in Europe
- Cyber Defense for all companies
- From 10 employees
- Service start as soon as possible
- Best detection & fastest response
Fully comprehensive managed detection & response service based on the Microsoft Defender product family, Microsoft Sentinel and Microsoft Azure Identity Protection. Fastest detection and defense against cyber attacks. Perfect service for small businesses up to the upper middle class. Very fast service start possible.
- From 250 employees
- Best price / performance ratio
- Complete solution: Software + Services
Managed Detection & Response Service from German SMEs for German SMBs. For companies that want or need to resist the cloud constraints of US software vendors. Combination of best-in-class open source technologies and SECUINFRA cyber defense expertise. Best price-performance ratio in the MDR market.
- From 1000 employees
- Joint cyber defense
- Modular & flexible
Cooperative Managed Detection & Response Service for companies that have already purchased Cyber Defense products and need support for 24/7 operations. We help better leverage investments in cyber defense products. Modular in design and flexibly adaptable to all needs. We help where you need support.
With our 3 Managed Detection and Response approaches, you can find the right service to quickly defend against cyberattacks.
The most important FAQ from the Managed Detection & Response area
Unlike traditional security services, MDR’s focus is on proactive monitoring and incident response. This provides organizations with more comprehensive and responsive protection against cyber threats.
An MDR service provides organizations with continuous, real-time monitoring and response to security threats. By integrating expert knowledge, false alarms are reduced and real threats are quickly identified. Response to confirmed incidents is expedited, minimizing potential damage. Companies can focus on their core business without having to build their own security team. Finally, it enables a cost-effective security solution, as no investment in expensive infrastructure is required.
EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) refers to software solutions that detect, record and respond to unusual activity on endpoints such as computers and servers. MDR (Managed Detection and Response) is a service where an external team of security experts provides monitoring, detection and response to security incidents, often using EDR tools. The main difference is that EDR is a technology product, while MDR is a service. While EDR focuses on endpoint data, MDR can cover a broader range of data sources. MDR often provides a more proactive approach to threat detection and response because it is backed by experts.
No, an MDR (Managed Detection and Response) cannot directly replace an SIEM (Security Information and Event Management). An MDR provides specialized services to monitor, detect, and respond to security incidents. A SIEM, on the other hand, collects and analyzes log and event data from multiple sources to identify security events. Many MDR vendors use SIEM solutions as part of their services. However, the two together can provide an effective security strategy.