Billions are being spent on cybersecurity each year, yet cyberbreaches continue to be more common and costly than ever before.
We know organizations need to be thoughtful with their cybersecurity budgets, but this doesn’t mean you want to sacrifice quality of protection.
With Crowe MDR services, organizations can improve how they detect and respond to cyberthreats.
Some organizations only monitor when the team has time. Others lack the staff and expertise to identify real threats from the noise. Most are unable to monitor 24/7, and struggle to keep up with logs.
A shortage of cybersecurity talent compounds the problem and leads to a harsh truth: The average cyberbreach takes 266 days to detect and contain.*
It’s time to be proactive with your digital security strategy. Adopting Crowe MDR services means you’ll be able to identify and respond to threats quickly.
Organizations are realizing it doesn’t make sense to invest in infrastructure on something they aren’t experts in, nor have the staff to maintain.
Despite best efforts, threats will slip through. The threat itself isn't always the most damaging component – in some cases it’s the lack of a detailed response and recovery plan.
Crowe can help your organization develop a resiliency mindset to help prevent a potential cyberbreach from interrupting service to your customers.
Many of the detection tools currently used are reactive in nature – which makes it challenging to detect and contain cyberbreaches quickly.
Quicker detection of cyber incidents means costs, both financial and reputational, can be minimized.
It’s time to say goodbye to worry and hello to the Crowe MDR solution – and the relief you’ll feel knowing you have a team working 24/7 to help you protect your organization.
Our MDR solution can help you build a stronger, more resilient digital security program.
Depending on your needs – and budget – there’s more than one way to utilize our MDR solution.
Crowe MDR Essentials
Your go-to resource for COVID-19. A cost-effective, quick-to-deploy, endpoint-focused way to monitor your organization. No matter where your workforce is, they’ll be covered.
Crowe MDR (standard version)
In addition to monitoring your endpoints, MDR collects data from assets across your entire organization, maintains long-term storage of logs, and offers personalized compliance assistance.
Both MDR and MDR Essentials include the following:
Advanced detection logic
Spots malicious and suspicious activity in your environment – and maps it accordingly.
Road warrior coverage
Provides full visibility of your endpoints – whether you’re in the office, home, or at a coffee shop.
Proactive threat hunting
Analysts regularly review raw logs for suspicious and malicious activity based on evolving threat intelligence and new indicators of compromise (IOCs).
Endpoint (server, desktop, laptop) visibility
Establishes comprehensive visibility across all key assets in your organization.
Cloud infrastructure coverage
MDR Essentials has eyes in Microsoft Office 365™.
EDR endpoint agent (Essentials only)
Endpoint detection and response allows for isolation and query of a targeted asset, providing quick, accurate visibility.
Standard version of MDR also includes these features:
Host-level network monitoring
Monitors network traffic on a host level.
Monitors network traffic to observe suspicious and malicious traffic.
Network flow logging
Logs communication to and from the internet.
Tracks and logs computer requests to websites.
No MDR solution is complete without eyes in the cloud. MDR has eyes in Microsoft Azure™, AWS™, Google Cloud Platform™, G Suite™, and Microsoft Office 365.
Crowe MDR services will help you improve detection and response rates. We’ll help you feel more secure.
* 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview, Ponemon Institute LLC, July 2018.
* Office 365 and Azure are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.
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