FortiResponder Services Turn Alerts Into Actions

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Due to advancements in the threat landscape, security breaches are inevitable. At some point, every organization is faced with a security incident that needs investigation, a response, and/or remediation. Even worse, a surprising number of organizations may already have active threats operating inside their network. Beyond threats growing in volume and sophistication, security operations teams lack the skill sets to identify and address network breaches—not to mention face an acute cybersecurity skills shortage. Fortinet offers security leaders two types of incident response services—FortiResponder Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Service and FortiResponder Incident Response Service—that enable them to turn security alerts into real action. These two services enable security operations teams to stop breaches and to improve incident detection, investigation, and response capabilities, which in turn reduce operational costs and disruptions.

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