How does Azure Sentinel and Microsoft Defender XDR increase performance of security operations and increase Microsoft’s value to businesses?
The objective of a security operations centre is to prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to cyber security attacks and they do so with mixed results. Security operations focusing on cyber defence or blue team tactics need several tools to successfully achieve their objective and with the number of tools and vendors usually within operation, deploying a Zero Trust security framework to support a modern, digital business is an impossible task.

How does Azure Sentinel and Microsoft Defender XDR increase performance of security operations and increase Microsoft’s value to businesses?

The objective of a security operations centre is to prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to cyber security attacks and they do so with mixed results. Security operations focusing on cyber defence or blue team tactics need several tools to successfully achieve their objective and with the number of tools and vendors usually within operation, deploying a Zero Trust security framework to support a modern, digital business is an impossible task.

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Extend your cyber security team  with a Hybrid SOC model
Developing the capability to prevent threats through monitoring, detection and response continue to be the goal for all organisations and a Hybrid SOC will help complement and develop existing teams, increasing overall security performance.

Extend your cyber security team with a Hybrid SOC model

Developing the capability to prevent threats through monitoring, detection and response continue to be the goal for all organisations and a Hybrid SOC will help complement and develop existing teams, increasing overall security performance.

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Extended Detection and Response (XDR) – How does XDR fuel the Modern SOC
Extended Detection and Response, shortened to XDR, is enabling Security as a Service providers and organisations to keep pace with the demands of the digitally transforming organisation by adapting to the needs of cloud services. But just what is XDR and how is it helping organisations successfully take up Threat Detection and Response services from a SOC?

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) – How does XDR fuel the Modern SOC

Extended Detection and Response, shortened to XDR, is enabling Security as a Service providers and organisations to keep pace with the demands of the digitally transforming organisation by adapting to the needs of cloud services. But just what is XDR and how is it helping organisations successfully take up Threat Detection and Response services from a SOC?

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Managed Detection and Response – Adaptable to any environment
In today’s modern enterprise it is common to see the convergence of traditional enterprise IT infrastructure such as private or on-premises data centre with public cloud, in a hybrid deployment. It is also common for enterprises to integrate their business operations with multiple cloud providers adding additional complexity and expense.

Managed Detection and Response – Adaptable to any environment

In today’s modern enterprise it is common to see the convergence of traditional enterprise IT infrastructure such as private or on-premises data centre with public cloud, in a hybrid deployment. It is also common for enterprises to integrate their business operations with multiple cloud providers adding additional complexity and expense.

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Case Study Opticore

Bridewell Consulting helps deliver competitive advantage to support Opticore’s growth Opticore is an IT Consultancy founded in 2013 to bridge a gap in the market between the major IT services…

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