CYBER-ATTACKS CAN HAPPEN ANYTIME.
BE READY TO RESPOND.
Your organisation depends on technology and data to operate. As the amount of data increases, so too does the number of connected devices, technology systems and applications. With all of these changes in the modern workplace, the landscape for cyber vulnerabilities increases.
While you make every effort to secure your organisation, employees continue to use applications and devices that are not approved, putting your data and reputation at risk.
Loop Secure’s Managed Detection and Response solution provides you with a comprehensive service designed to improve your cyber threat detection, response to incidents, and monitoring of IT assets continuously.
MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE -
We deliver the 'R' in MDR
If you want around the clock protection from cyber threats, then you may want to consider Loop Secure’s managed detection and response service. Like its name suggests, managed detection and response (MDR) is a cybersecurity service that constantly monitors, detects and responds to cybersecurity threats. Managed detection and response is a service managed by a living, breathing human who utilises technological assistance such as AI to help them detect malicious activity on your network. MDR typically acts as a remote extension of your own IT and security team.
WHY DO YOU NEED MANAGED
DETECTION & RESPONSE?
If you haven’t yet considered a managed detection and response service, then now is your chance. Engaging an MDR service is a thorough and cost-effective way for businesses to perform cyber threat hunting, security monitoring, threat elimination and incident response.
It gives your business the opportunity to close the gaps in your IT security skills, prevent malicious attacks and drastically reduce the devastation caused by a breach. All without employing a full time, in-house security expert.
In the event of a cyber attack, you will have peace of mind knowing that you’ve got seasoned professionals at the ready, armed with the latest and greatest technologies and exploit knowledge out there. They’ll be gunning for the unauthorised intruder and performing complete damage control before you can even blink.
Intercepting an attack before any major damage is caused is critical to any business. With Loop Secure’s Managed Detection and Response solution packages, you’ll be able to safeguard your data, finances, reputation and customer loyalty without lifting a finger.
WHY CHOOSE LOOP?
we don’t just detect, we respond for you
Loop’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service packages up hard-to-find security experts, constant and evolving processes, and enterprise-grade technology. Making it easy for you to be at the forefront of Security Operations Centre (SOC) innovation, for today and tomorrow.
‘Managed detection and response (MDR) providers deliver 24/7 threat monitoring, detection and lightweight response services to customers leveraging a combination of technologies deployed at the host and network layers, advanced analytics, threat intelligence, and human expertise in incident investigation and response. MDR providers undertake incident validation and can offer remote response services, such as threat containment, and support in bringing a customer’s environment back to some form of “known good.” – Gartner.
MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE
If you’re considering a managed detection and response solution, then you’re definitely not the only one. The global MDR market is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of over 29% between 2021 and 2030. Don’t get left behind. Identify, contain and eliminate cyber threats before they happen with Loop’s Managed Detection and Response solution.
The Loop Defensive Security Services (DSS) Team is made up of qualified security specialists and analysts dedicated to delivering your business personalised and effective data-driven processes & playbooks.
To proactively keep your data safe and secure, all our security specialists are in-house employees to ensure effective delivery of service and minimise risk management overall
Loop follows the NIST 800-61 framework when dealing with major cyber security threats in our customers’ environments. Our goal is to identify, contain and eradicate cyber threats to your organisation. We don’t limit our service to ‘detection’ and expect your team to do the heavy lifting - incident response is a critical component for a holistic and effective cyber security response process, that is included in our service.
MITRE ATT&CK® Framework
MITRE ATT&CK® is a globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations. The ATT&CK knowledge base is used as a foundation for the development of specific threat models and methodologies in the private sector, in government, and in the cybersecurity product and service community.
Loop leverages a variety of technologies to deliver Detection and Response capabilities. Leading with the same data-centric strategy defined by process, Loop tailors technologies that are suited for the risks posed to your organisation’s environment, enabling our clients to secure their most sensitive data.
HOW DOES LOOP MANAGED
DETECTION AND RESPONSE WORK?
Effective Security Incident Response Plan catered to your threat environment. Qualified Incident Responders, Analysts and Engineers are part of the response team.
Identify roles and responsibilities for each person in your organisation to efficiently respond to an incident and act accordingly.
Proactive threat hunting and detection to monitor all endpoints, networks and cloud environments. 24x7 visibility into your organisation supported by skilled specialists.
Customised playbook and technology suited for your organisation. Data driven strategy and processes to assist in identifying threats in your environment supported by leading edge technology.
DETECT & RESPOND
Collaborative approach with your IT Team and Loop SOC Team to effectively contain a threat no matter the scale of the event.
Complete eradication of the visible threat and source of the threat through collective teamwork.
Minimal recovery and business downtime of affected services.
Aftermath Report and Recommendations provided to prevent future incidents and strategies to improve response plan and overall monitoring of the environment.
NOT SURE WHY IT’S WORTH INVESTING IN MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE?
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What is the difference between MDR and MSSP?
A Managed Detection and Response solution (MDR) is a managed security service that provides monitoring, detection, and response to security threats across an organisation's entire infrastructure. This differs from a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) in that an MSSP is a security solutions provider that may provide solutions such as penetration testing, GRC, and vulnerability management, alongside an MDR service.
What is XDR?
XDR stands for Extended Detection and Response. Its function is to gather, analyse and correlate data across a number of different security elements including endpoint, network, cloud, and server. It allows organisations to detect and analyse security incidents quickly so that they can respond effectively and reduce the potential damage caused by the attack.
What is the difference between MDR and EDR?
An Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is an endpoint security solution that focuses on protecting a organisation's endpoints (such as laptops, servers, and mobile devices) from malicious activity and allows defence teams to quickly respond to threats.
A Managed Detection and Response solution (MDR) is a managed security service that provides monitoring, detection, and response to security threats across an organisation's entire infrastructure. An MDR solution utilises technologies such as SIEM and EDR to fulfil this service.
What is a SIEM?
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a piece of technology that collects, correlates and analyses log data and security events from a variety of sources (such as servers, firewalls, SaaS applications, and user endpoints). This centralised storage of log data allows real time analysis of events to monitor for security threats and incidents.
What is the difference between a Managed SIEM and MDR?
A managed SIEM service is outsourced management of a organisation's SIEM solution. This service has a narrowed focus of purely managing a SIEM solution. This differs from MDR which has a much broader scope of monitoring, detection and response across an organisation's entire infrastructure, and as part of this service may utilise a SIEM solution.
What is the difference between MDR and MSSP?
A Managed Detection and Response solution (MDR) is a managed security service that provides monitoring, detection, and response to security threats across an organisation's entire infrastructure. This differs from a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) in that an MSSP is a security solutions provider, that may provide solutions such as penetration testing, GRC, and vulnerability management, alongside an MDR service.