MANAGED XDR FOR GOOGLE
Extend your cyber defense - while keeping down costs
CyberProof is working in collaboration with Google Cloud and leveraging our unique combination of security experts and operational capabilities. CyberProof allows you to effectively anticipate, adapt, and respond to cyber threats.SPEAK WITH AN EXPERT
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HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
With Managed XDR for Google, you get →
The CyberProof Defense Center (CDC) platform
The CDC platform acts as a single pane of glass for security operations, integrating with both legacy SIEMs and Google Chronicle, so you can take a phased approach to cloud migration while maintaining visibility of both on-premises and cloud security alerts and incidents.
We provide full context of all threats across the enterprise. Our Managed XDR service uses a combination of human cybersecurity experts with proven expertise in threat hunting, security monitoring, and engineering to provide continuous management, threat detection and response across your enterprise.
Enhanced visibility with custom use cases
CyberProof’s Use Case Factory is an agile development methodology led by use case engineers and developers. It continuously identifies and fills detection and response gaps with customized use case content. Our Use Case Catalog consists of detection rules, digital playbooks and third- party API integrations for response automation.
CyberProof provides consulting, engineering and operational expertise to transform your cyber defense operation. Our DevOps deployment model provides rapid time to value by establishing customized Google Chronicle infrastructures and use case content.
Optimizing your cyber defense
Cyber threats can arise at any time, and a delay in incident detection and response can be costly. Continuous monitoring ensures that threats are identified and addressed promptly. CyberProof’s dedicated SOC team monitors security alerts and incidents 24/7 and is equipped to respond to alerts in real-time, escalating as necessary.
We can connect all data types from any source. This improves the flow and handling of data, augmenting Google Chronicle’s rules and capabilities to provide clients with automated and dynamic threat detection.
Automated investigation and analysis
Without effective detection, an organization remains vulnerable to sophisticated attacks that bypass traditional security measures. CyberProof offers robust threat detection mechanisms using behavioral analytics, machine learning, and AI-driven algorithms – offering rapid response to isolate compromised systems, mitigate threats, and minimize the potential impact of attacks.
Swift and accurate incident investigation is crucial to understanding the scope and nature of a breach. Effective analysis allows for targeted response and future prevention efforts. CyberProof leverages automated incident investigation tools that reconstruct attack timelines, provide visual representations of attack chains, and offer insights into the tactics, techniques, and procedures used by adversaries.
Transitioning you to cloud-native cyber defense
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Frequently asked questions
What is XDR?
XDR (Extended Detection and Response) is a holistic approach to threat detection and response that collects and correlates data across multiple security domains, including email, endpoint, server, cloud workloads, and networks. It enables the security team to stay on top of attacker techniques and changes in your own infrastructure to customize security policies, rules, playbooks, and other security content.
What’s the difference between MDR and XDR?
MDR (Managed Detection and Response) is a delivered service, while XDR (Extended Detection and Response) is a technology or suite of technologies. MDR brings the people and process side of threat detection and response to deploy, manage and tune XDR technology. It also provides continuous monitoring, alert triage, threat investigation, hunting, and response actions in the Security Operations Center (SOC). In addition, it comes with the technical capabilities required to carry out these activities faster, more efficiently, and with greater transparency for your internal teams and stakeholders.
What’s the difference between EDR and XDR?
EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) is a technology that protects endpoints such as servers, workstations, mobiles and IoT devices from cyber threats. EDR comprises prevention, detection, and response controls that can be used by security analysts to get deep visibility of malicious behavior at the endpoint and contain it quickly before it spreads throughout the network. On the other hand, XDR is widely considered an evolution of EDR, providing extended visibility of high-fidelity alerts beyond the endpoint to applications, identities, cloud, and network domains.