Deepwatch Rolls Out Solutions To Protect SMBs From Cyber Threats

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Deepwatch introduced an MDR solution called MDR Essentials which enables smaller organizations to deploy automated security operations that can be integrated into their existing environment in less than an hour without the need for additional hardware.

This launch is designed to help SMBs better protect themselves against cyber threats.

While traditional anti-malware software is now certified as insufficient to mitigate the accelerated attack on SMBs, MDR Essentials provides instant detection and response coverage of data it gets from leading Microsoft technologies and those of SMBs.

Bobby Christian, COO of deepwatch explained, “MDR Essentials leverages deepwatch playbooks, content library and threat hunting outcomes to bolster detection, escalate only true positives and provide clear guidance on remediation. This approach is different from MSSP offerings but also sets a new standard for small and medium-sized business security.”

For more information, read the original story in TechRepublic.


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