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MSSP vs. MDR: What is the difference and how to choose the right partner

Executive Summary

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For suitable cyber-protection, enterprises must know how to choose between a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) or Managed Detection and Response (MDR) provider.

MSSPs and MDR providers offer different approaches to cyber defense. However, these labels do not tell the whole story, and new service models are emerging. An enterprise must know how to compare the specific capabilities of providers according to their business needs.

New models of Managed Detection and Response offer extended security services for enterprises and organizations.

This white paper positions MSSPs versus MDR providers, describes the new generation of MDR services and explains how enterprises can make suitable choices.

Critical points in the white paper:

    • Evolving enterprise needs
    • What MSSPs do and do not do
    • Where MDR comes from and what it does
    • Next-generation MDR 2.0
    • Critical points for making a choice

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