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Gartner 2020 Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services

According to Gartner1, “By 2025, 50% of organizations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection and response functions that offer threat containment capabilities.”

MDR services offer turnkey threat detection and response via modern, remotely delivered, 24/7 security operations center capabilities and technology. Security and risk management leaders should use this research to determine whether MDR is a good fit with their operational security requirements.Cysiv_Market Guide Cover

Read Gartner’s report1 to learn:

  • The key attributes of MDR services
  • Whether MDR services are a good fit for your security operations requirements
  • Important capabilities to look for in a vendor


1Gartner “Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services”, 26 August 2020, Toby Bussa, Kelly Kavanagh, Pete Shoard, John Collins, Craig Lawson, Mitchell Schneider

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