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Get Gartner's 2020 Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services

Resource | October 1, 2020

 “By 2025, 50% of organizations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection and response functions that offer threat containment capabilities.” – Gartner’s “Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services”

Manage Detection and Response (MDR) services continue to see a large increase in end user inquiries. In an already competitive landscape, more providers are entering the fold, each with varying capabilities and competencies.

Gartner’s fifth annual Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services dives into the growth of this industry-defining category and delivers guidance for buyers seeking to understand the difference between true MDR service providers and traditional managed security service providers (MSSPs).

Access the market guide to learn:

  • Cyber risk and technology trends driving demand for MDR services
  • How to differentiate MDR providers
  • Why incident response is a crucial MDR capability to evaluate
  • Suggestions for aligning MDR services with your current security operations

Security and risk management leaders can use this research to determine whether MDR services are appropriate for their environments.

Learn how you can shift the heavy-lifting security to MDR service providers, so you can focus on your business.

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Gartner, Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services, 26 August 2020 20, Toby Bussa, Kelly Kavanagh, Pete Shoard, John Collins, Craig Lawson, Mitchell Schneider

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