Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

FacetTech’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solutions help you detect and respond to threats at the earliest stages.

What Is Managed Detection and Response?

There are thousands of security tools available on the market. Yet, in the constantly evolving modern threat landscape, some cybersecurity teams may struggle to keep up.

Managed detection and response (MDR) is an outsourced cybersecurity service that protects an organization’s data and assets. MDR solutions identify dynamic threats. Then, they respond to eradicate, conduct research, and control them.

MDR services combine threat detection, endpoint security, and human expertise. Together, they allow us to take real action against cyber threats.

What Facet MDR Can Do for You

Take a closer look at the benefits that enable Facet Technologies’ MDR solution to operate with absolute swiftness in cybersecurity implementation:

Real-Time Detection

  • With SNAP-Defense, our MDR solution hunts for active threats in your environment and exterminates them immediately
  • Facet MDR tech allows our analysts to track and respond to the ever-changing threat landscape

24/7 Monitoring and Response

  • Our awareness of hacker tradecraft combines real-world cyber experience to provide round-the-clock monitoring, detection, and response services
  • The Facet Tech SOC team oversees your unique environment 24/7 so you can focus on your business

Rapid Deployment

  • At Facet Tech, we use a world-class, nation-state-grade cybersecurity ecosystem with the goal of doing the heavy lifting
  • Some services need days or weeks of planning for events – Facet Tech offers same-day rapid deployment, giving you coverage in minutes

The Cyberattack Timeline

From the moment that an attack occurs, detection and response times determine whether the cyber attacker is successful.

At Facet Tech, we offer 24/7 MDR. We confront threats rapidly and excel in closing the gap between identification, response, and recovery. We monitor all client endpoints and work to decrease the chances of a threat moving into other systems in the event of an attack.

Planning

At this phase, a cybercriminal conducts research and gathers information on their target. This helps to inform them of the type of attack they will lead.

Intrusion

Then, the cybercriminal gains unauthorized access to target systems. Cybercriminals may use a variety of methods to get in. Some ways include insider threats, exploiting vulnerabilities, spear phishing, and more.

MDR works at the intrusion stage to identify a threat quickly and neutralize it before it goes further.

Enumeration

Here, the cybercriminal “enumerates” themselves within an environment. That is, they establish many different metrics. Examples include the account they have access to and what they can do with it. They’ll also determine what account they need to complete a goal.

Many threats remain undetected at the enumeration stage because the changes to the network have not been significant enough to “trigger” a response. With MDR, even small changes can prompt an investigation to prevent any damage.

Lateral Spread

To maximize profitability, a cybercriminal will aim to exploit an entire network. A hacker will stay persistent, targeting multiple accounts and devices. They’ll steal sensitive data, and create easy pathways back into the network. They also distribute malware.

Traditional antivirus solutions often identify threats at the lateral spread stage.

Complete Objective

Upon gaining access to the network and systems, hackers will begin several activities. These include data exfiltration, eliminating the network, or deploying ransomware.

Ready to Level Up to Fight Cyber Attacks?

Facet helps you find tech peace of mind. Are you ready to level up your cybersecurity? Contact us today.

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