Top 8 Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Tools
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EDR and Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV) are good features. The Spotlight feature is also good, and it also can detect patching-related vulnerabilities.
Their Zero Trust Analytics Platform (ZTAP) engine, which is kind of their correlation engine, is by far and away one of the best in the business. We can filter and utilize different lists to build out different alerts, such as, what to alert on and when not to alert. This engine helps reduce our number of alerts and false positives.
The initial setup is pretty straightforward.
Notifications and the detail of notifications are most valuable. It is a user-friendly solution.
Security protection is the best feature of this product.
It provides more visibility and more control over endpoints. It reduces the noise. It clears things and only shows things that are really important. It only shows those things that need to be looked at or need to be investigated further. Other similar solutions give you a lot of alerts and other things, but Secureworks gives you a defined or less noisy view so that you can work or focus on things that are important in terms of investigation, response, and remediation.
The fact that it's constantly hunting, looking for anomalies, and can evict without any intervention is really incredible.
Automatic alerts from staying current with the threat landscape have helped us stay safe.
The Managed Detection and Response (MDR) feature was really good and most valuable. We were handling very sensitive data, and we needed a quick response in real-time, which eSentire provided. It was also cost-effective, and their SOC team was very responsive.
The deployment's so much easier than other options.