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Deepwatch Introduced MXDR for Cybersecurity

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Deepwatch launched managed extended detection and response (MXDR) service that provides an automated response to threats at the RSA Conference. Deepwatch protects enterprise networks and secures their digital economy. It has transformed the modern SOC through a cloud security platform backed by exceptional engineers, developers, and security experts.

Deepwatch’s MXDR service enhances detection capabilities by providing high-fidelity, contextualized alerts that enable rapid response and containment of cyber threats.

Wes Mullins, chief technology officer at Deepwatch stated, “Deepwatch MXDR automates response capabilities that help security operations teams contain threats and mitigate risk faster and more confidently than ever before. Automation delivers accelerated response times when powered by robust and accurate information on detected threats. High-fidelity alerts, enriched with information across endpoint, network, cloud, email, and identities correlated over a while, enables security teams to swiftly identify and contain threats before they disrupt business.”

Deepwatch MXDR reduces the risk of business-impacting security incidents by responding at machine speed, allowing analysts to complete the rest in human time. Deepwatch produces the most comprehensive high-fidelity alerts by leveraging the Deepwatch SecOps platform to collect, process, and analyze security telemetry from data sources.

Dave Gruber, Principal ESG Analyst stated, “Security leaders considering XDR should focus on security outcomes, including fast and efficient alert triage and prioritization, advanced threat detection, and rapid detection and response times, all aimed at supporting a growing attack surface. ESG research shows that half of the security teams prefer a fully managed XDR solution, with 52% of organizations believing that an MDR service provider can do a better job at threat detection and response than they can. Other MDR use cases reported in support of XDR deployments include the need for more expert security skills, staffing augmentation, and off-hours coverage.”

Deepwatch enhances threat detection while reducing alert overload by correlating related threat activity for a single entity and escalating only alerts that exceed the customer-defined risk threshold. Deepwatch MXDR automates response actions through advanced detection capabilities, reducing lag time and reliance on security personnel and cross-departmental resources.

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