Managed Detection and Response
Cyber threats have not slowed down and are increasing in their complexity and sophistication. The integration and reliance on technology to enable growth is also increasing, which poses serious risks to organizations if they don’t have proper security measures.
What EY can do for you
As cybersecurity threats continue to increase, businesses must develop more sophisticated systems to detect those threats. Tools and technologies such as antivirus, firewalls and intrusion detection systems are rule-based and provide limited protection against threats that have not been seen before or those that exhibit irregular or unknown behaviour.
EY’s MDR is the next evolution in threat detection. Our team offers an iterative approach for monitoring security events and offers a proactive way to hunt, detect and mitigate advanced threats before they compromise sensitive data assets or impact business operations. With EY’s MDR enables you to have control of your digital assets, allowing you to keep doing what matters most, accelerating your business.
Threat intelligence program67%
of Canadian respondents to the EY Global Information Security Survey confirmed they do not have a threat intelligence program, or only have an informal one. Source: EY Global Information Security Survey 2018-19 – Canada Highlights
Your security partners
We offer a 24/7 threat monitoring, detection and response capability to rapidly detect security incidents and minimize their impact.
EY’S MDR service is supported by an advanced technology stack which includes a combination of host and network layer sensors that gather data relating to security and system logs in near real time.
Threat hunting is a key component of the overall MDR solution and allows us to stay one step ahead of attackers. With the proliferation of “unknown unknown” threats, the threat hunt aims to seek and anticipate attacks via hypothesis testing before they occur and stop them right in their tracks.
We use a combination of data enrichment, advanced analytics, threat intelligence and skilled cybersecurity capabilities for investigation, threat hunting and response to immediately contain and disrupt detected threats.
Once a threat is detected, we provide real-time, context-driven advisories that are tailored to your business with tactical recommendations that can be actioned immediately to mitigate/reduce the threat.
Our technology stack has been designed to integrate and leverage the capabilities of leading information security products. We leverage emerging technology such as big data to provide actionable intelligence specific to your needs.
Our team is part of a network of over 6,000 EY cybersecurity practitioners connected in 150 countries who provide a range of consulting, implementation and managed services. With EY, you can experience the power of a globally integrated network that can cease evolving cyber threats.
- Malware reverse engineering
- Penetration testing
- Threat identification
- Vulnerability management
- Incident response and threat hunting
- Red team
- EY’s MDR analysts are certified in the following: CISSP, GIAC, GXPN, GCFE, GCIH, GCTI, CCNA, OSCP, OSWP.
- In the Forrester Tech Tide Zero Trust Threat Detection and Response, EY was named as a notable vendor of MDR services.1
- HFS Research ranks EY cyber managed services as an “as-a-service winner’s circle” for a collaborative relationship with clients, articulated vision and a “new way of thinking.”2
- Gartner cited EY as a representative provider of MDR services.3
- EY was interviewed and featured as a top midsized vendor for MDR services in the market.4 We were the only Big Four competitor to make the list.
- The Forrester Tech Tide: Zero Trust Threat Detection and Response, first quarter 2019, Forrester Research, Inc., January 2, 2019.
- HfS Research Blueprint Report, Managed Security Services, March 2017.
- Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services, Gartner, Inc., June 11, 2018.
- The Forrester Now Tech: Managed Detection And Response (MDR) Services, second quarter 2018, Forrester Research, Inc., May 7, 2018.
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