SonicWall’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) combines next-gen cybersecurity solutions with the expertise of a Security Operations Center (SOC) that works around the clock to monitor alerts, investigate incidents and mitigate any threats that slip past existing defenses. MDR makes sure that you’re protected 24×7/365 and streamlines SecOps to put you and your customers at ease throughout the day and in off hours.

Why MDR?

Threat actors aren’t on the typical 9 to 5 grind – a cyberattack can happen any day, at any time. Most MSPs don’t have the time, money or resources to be monitoring alerts at 3 AM on a Sunday, and if that critical alert isn’t seen until Monday morning? That could spell significant financial loss, stolen information and a bevy of other problems. So what can you do if you can’t afford your own in-house 24×7 Security Operations Center (SOC)? That’s where SonicWall’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) comes in.

With MDR, your customers get peace of mind with 24×7 threat monitoring, threat hunting and detection response plus 2x monthly configuration audits, all with no annual contracts or minimums. MDR is a 24×7 SOC for you that’s staffed by experts who can recognize threat patterns and mitigate threats before they become an issue. You’ll need more than just endpoint protection to keep yourself ahead of the competition and your customers ahead of threats. Add SonicWall MDR today to experience more.

Experience superior service without being locked in to a long-term commitment. You’ll also never have to worry about renewals.

Whether you support 50 or 5000 endpoints (or more), it’s easy to get started with MDR. You can easily add or remove endpoints, ensuring your business can scale as needed and you’ll never be paying for service you aren’t using.

The 24×7 security operations center monitors alerts around the clock. Our team are experts who recognize patterns of behavior which indicate when alerts might mean a larger attack. Never worry about missing a critical alert again.

Twice a month, the SOC team will review the configuration of all your endpoints and give you a letter grade so you know how your endpoints are doing. These checks help avoid configuration mistakes and catch out-of-date configurations quickly.