The MaxxMDR Difference
MaxxMDR offers customers:
- Enhanced Protection: Proprietary advanced detection library developed through comprehensive DFIR, offensive security, and threat-hunting research
- Offense to Defense: Tune key areas where security incidents often occur, for a more secure environment
- 24/7/365 Coverage: CyberMaxx security operations center (SOC) team monitors, detects, and responds to alerts in real-time
- Flexible Deployment: Customers have the flexibility to leverage either our proprietary MDR platform or co-manage with the 3rd-party tools of their choice
Our approach to a customized partnership finely tunes our service to each customer’s specific security needs.
MaxxMDR Flexible Deployment
We offer MaxxMDR through two distinct deployment models.
With both deployment options, our customers receive the same level of support and capabilities. The only difference is how the organization wants to interact with the data.
24/7 Monitoring & Management
Respond & Triage Alerts
Proprietary Detection Library
Visibility Into Alerts
Full User Interface to Interact with Data
Managed Detection and Response Bundles
By adding in proactive security services, we are able to tune key areas where security incidents often happen to create a stronger environment for our team to detect and respond.
What is Managed Detection and Response?
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a service that offers a human-driven, technology-assisted comprehensive, and proactive approach to cyber security. To be recognized as a real MDR provider according to Gartner’s standards, the following things need to be there:
- 24/7 SOC functions delivered remotely
- Immediate remote mitigative response
- Skilled staff and comprehensive support
- Rapid detection and response expertise
- Turnkey delivery and integration
- Threat hunting
The ultimate goal of MDR is to deliver threat disruption and containment. Each service within MDR aids in the discovery, management, and triage of known and potential threats that affect an organization’s security posture.
Evaluating MDR: A Market Experiencing Rapid Growth
In Q4 the FBI seized AlphVs PR site, which was promptly taken back by the threat group. This cycle repeated four times before concluding. During the seizures Lockbit allegedly reached out to several high ranking developers affiliates. We will see if Lockbits Modus Operandi changes in 2024 as a result of these strategic acquisitions (view the Ransomware Research Report here).
Most customers have responded by adding in more and more security vendors to handle this volume and sophistication – which has created a complex environment for security teams to manage on a daily basis. Most mid-market companies (and above) now leverage 40+ vendors within their organization.
Given all this, it’s no surprise that organizations are looking for managed services to shoulder some of the burdens. Gartner recently published an MDR Market Guide where it predicts that by 2025, 60% of organizations will be actively using remote threat disruption and containment capabilities delivered directly by MDR providers, up from 30% today.