MANAGED XDR FOR MICROSOFT
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HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
With CyberProof’s Managed XDR for Microsoft, you get →
Full visibility and 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, combined with Microsoft’s security and technology stacks to provide continuous management, threat detection and response across your enterprise.
We integrate our CyberProof Defense Center (CDC) platform with Microsoft Sentinel and Defender to provide a single pane of glass to conduct 24×7 alert triage, enrichment, and threat investigation across your enterprise – which reduces your time to respond, and reduces the impact of attacks.
Eliminate any gaps in threat coverage quickly and simply.
Our risk-based Use Case Factory methodology goes beyond out-of-the-box detections. Using the MITRE ATT&CK framework we continuously create, test and deploy new detection rules, response playbooks, automations, and integrations – even as your threat surface changes.
Our DevOps deployment model enables quick time-to-value by updating security content as code into your infrastructure, reducing configuration efforts and releasing updates across your enterprise faster
Extract security intelligence while controlling data management costs.
We parse, filter and tag security event data as it’s collected, routing higher value data into Microsoft Sentinel and Defender while placing lower value data in searchable, long-term cloud storage for compliance and hunting efforts.
This not only reduces your data ingestion costs, but also speeds up threat detection, and ensures you still hold onto the relevant data for regulatory requirements.
Relieve the pressure on your team while maintaining control.
Re-focus your internal teams on higher impact activities, with the peace of mind that our expert team is carrying out your day-to-day monitoring and triage of security alerts while proactively hunting and responding to validated threats.
Our CDC platform provides complete transparency into all activities being carried out by our analysts, along with clear KPI reporting and threat coverage of all alerts and incidents, including a ChatOps channel to communicate with our team in real time.
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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.