Top 40 Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Security Companies List
Here’s page three, featuring MDR security companies 21-30.
21. F-Secure (Helsinki, Finland)
F-Secure in early 2021 announced a usage-based business model for its channel partners and customer. The company had over 200 service provider partners as of early 2021. Also, F-Secure in 2018 unveiled a Rapid Detection & Response endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution for MSPs and MSSPs. Earlier that year, F-Secure acquired MWR InfoSecurity to bolster its cybersecurity services and detection and response solutions portfolio.
23. Kaspersky (Moscow, Russia)
Here’s another example of an endpoint security software company moving into the MDR market. Kaspersky has an MSP partner program, but the program doesn’t generate much chatter in the United States. The obvious reason: The U.S. government has repeatedly alleged that Kaspersky may have ties to Russia’s government, though Kaspersky has repeatedly denied the allegation.
25. Kudelski Security (Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland, and Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.)
Kudelski Security, the cybersecurity division of digital security and converged media solutions provider Kudelski Group, integrated cloud-based traffic and data inspection into its managed security services in 2019.
26. Mandiant (Milpitas, California, U.S.)
The company broke up with FireEye in mid-2021. By November 2021, Mandiant CEO Kevin Mandia described the company’s MSSP partner strategy. Mandia also described a four-point R&D and innovation strategy. The overall strategy involves the Mandiant Advantage Platform — which is a SaaS-based XDR platform that addresses threat intelligence, security validation, automated defense and attack surface management. The related four-point technology strategy involves:
27. Mnemonic (Oslo, Norway)
Mnemonic back in 2017 selected Netscout Systems‘ nGenius Packet Flow System to bolster its managed security services with packet visibility capabilities, the two companies said at the time. Fast forward to present day, and we haven’t heard much from the company.
28. NCC Group (Manchester, UK)
NCC Group is an information assurance firm headquartered. Its service areas cover software escrow and verification, cyber security consulting and managed services. NCC Group claims over 15,000 clients worldwide. And yet… we’ve never really blogged about the company.
Here’s another rare MDR security provider that we’ve rarely covered — though Obrela did surface on our Top 250 MSSPs list…
30. Open Systems (Zurich, Switzerland)
Open Systems acquired Microsoft Azure Sentinel specialist Born in the Cloud in mid-2020. Around the same time, Open Systems introduced a managed detection and response (MDR) service that leverages Azure Sentinel SIEM.
Continue to page four for MDR security companies 31-40