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"The pricing is flexible."

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"The most valuable feature is threat hunting."

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"Dell Secureworks is for higher-end customers and it's not quite as straightforward to implement or to get up and running as some of the other solutions."

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"One of the limitations that we have found is with communications and the languages in different countries."

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"Initially, the cost was going to be something around $160 or $170. And eventually, I think they brought it down to $110 and they also threw in some endpoint protection platforms."

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Overview

An advanced MDR solution should deliver security analytics software, 24x7 support, threat hunting, and incident response in a single solution.

Threat Notification Isn’t the Solution – It’s a Starting Point
Other managed detection and response (MDR) services simply notify you of attacks or suspicious events. Then it’s up to you to manage things from there.

With Sophos MTR, your organization is backed by an elite team of threat hunters and response experts who take targeted actions on your behalf to neutralize even the most sophisticated threats.

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Secureworks Red Cloak MDR is ranked 6th in Managed Detection and Response (MDR) with 1 review while Sophos Managed Threat Response is ranked 15th in Managed Detection and Response (MDR) with 1 review. Secureworks Red Cloak MDR is rated 8.0, while Sophos Managed Threat Response is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Secureworks Red Cloak MDR writes "Good for managing alerts, has great automatic responses, and is flexible with pricing". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Sophos Managed Threat Response writes "Good antivirus and firewall capabilities, and the collaborative support is helpful". Secureworks Red Cloak MDR is most compared with CrowdStrike Falcon Complete, SentinelOne Vigilance, Trend Micro Managed XDR and Rapid7 MDR, whereas Sophos Managed Threat Response is most compared with CrowdStrike Falcon Complete and Binary Defense MDR.

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