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Context is everything. One size fits all doesn’t cut it for security. Each business has a unique risk profile requiring a tailored security approach.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) by Macquarie Cloud Services matches advanced threat detection, incident response, and security reporting to your business context ensuring what matters most to your business is protected, you are armed with security insights specific to your threat landscape and, in the event of an incident, you are working with a team familiar with your infrastructure and operations.
Our Cyber Security infrastructure, processes and skills are independently certified by both the ASD and ACSC. We’re also the only Microsoft partner to be awarded both Azure expert MSP and MISA memberships, making us the ideal choice for managed detection and response in Australia.
Our threat detection is rapid, our strategic relationship with Microsoft long-standing and our teams are on hand 24 x 7. Our trusted team of professionals will be sure your environment is in secure hands.
Our proprietary Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform, built on the Azure sentinel service, takes full advantage of the latest thinking in automation, orchestration, AI and machine learning. We are constantly evaluated and certified by both the ASD and ACSC, as well as Microsoft’s own Azure experts – resulting in the coveted Azure Expert MSP status and membership of the Microsoft Intelligence Security Association.
Almost everyone in technology will tell you: it’s not the technology, it’s the people. The managed detection and response service providers at Cyber security by Macquarie Cloud Services are surrounded by a broad, deep and highly skilled team, distributed right across the business. Our ongoing investment in training ensures skills development for the future.
We don’t believe in simply just outsourcing your security. We invest the time to understand your business and risk profile. We create solutions built on relationships. In a practical sense, we integrate with your team, support your existing operations and intentionally uplift your team’s knowledge and skills. Does this approach work? Our NPS of over 85 (the highest in the industry) suggests it does.
While many businesses use Managed Detection and Response (MDR) software to maintain a view of the security of their IT estate, the current state of threat prevalence and escalation requires a more hands-on expert-led approach. This has led to the next generation of managed detection and response services (MDR), combining technology, AI and human expertise to improve security operations, threat detection and remediation.
Beyond the base-level tasks of gathering, analysing and reporting on log data, MDR offers advanced threat management capabilities and proactive insights into organisation-specific risks and vulnerabilities.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services protect against a wide range of cybersecurity threats, including malware, ransomware, phishing, and advanced persistent threats (APTs). MDR services typically include a combination of technology, such as endpoint security software and intrusion detection systems, and human expertise, such as security analysts who monitor for and respond to threats in real-time. The goal of MDR is to detect and respond to cybersecurity threats as quickly as possible in order to minimize the damage caused by a successful attack.
Outsourcing Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services can be cost-effective for some organisations, particularly for those that do not have the resources or expertise to effectively manage their own security.
MDR services typically include a combination of technology and human expertise, which can be expensive to implement and maintain in-house. Outsourcing MDR allows organisations to take advantage of the expertise and resources of the MDR provider at a lower cost. Additionally, MDR providers often have access to advanced security tools and technologies that may not be available to in-house security teams.
On the other hand, outsourcing MDR can also be expensive, especially for small and medium-sized businesses that may not require the same level of security as larger organisations. It is important for businesses to evaluate their own needs and budget to decide if outsourcing MDR is a cost-effective option for them.
In any case, it is important to thoroughly evaluate the service provider before deciding to outsource, as the quality of service can vary widely between providers.