Managed Network Detection and Response (MNDR)
Proactively hunt for threats across both managed and unmanaged network infrastructure using a trusted partner with proven expertise
The Awake Labs managed network detection and response (MNDR) is a solution that prevents and mitigates the impact of insider and external threats while minimizing the need to hire additional skilled resources. Awake’s MNDR solution significantly improves the maturity of your security program by delivering a comprehensive understanding of your attack surface and then monitoring as well as threat hunting across all that infrastructure whether on-premise, cloud, IoT or operational technology. The solution is built on Awake Security’s advanced network traffic analysis platform combining this award-winning technology with decades of expertise, and advanced incident response methods.
Awake’s solution leverages the power of the platform and the network effect of all MNDR customers to identify new threats and quickly provide the benefit to all customers. The MNDR solution focuses on three key aspects of:
Unlike other solutions, Awake provides deep visibility beyond just managed infrastructure but also into unmanaged, cloud, third-party and contractors as well as IoT devices
Awake Labs hires the best expertise in the industry to help eliminate the need for customers to hire resources to just stare at a monitor. Our analysts collectively have decades of experience responding to some of the world’s most consequential breaches.
Our team works to implement key integrations in your environment such as the endpoint for further analysis validation and containment strategies
Awake’s MNDR solution is unique in providing transparency into the security operations approach, detection models and response playbooks. Awake works collaboratively with the customer to customize the delivery to meet their particular needs.
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