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Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

SERVICES

Organizations often struggle to fully utilize Microsoft Sentinel and Defender XDR. Sciber offers a comprehensive service that helps you achieve a high level of utilization with these tools. Our step-by-step approach, based on proven methods, starts from your current experience level and ensures that you get the most value out of these tools.

 

With our help, you can take your Microsoft XDR and Sentinel security to the next level, and enhance your overall security posture on the Microsoft platform.

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Microsoft Sentinel - Microsoft Defender XDR

Our Detection & Response services effectively detect and prevent cybersecurity threats. It relieves clients from the burden of recruiting and retaining skilled cybersecurity professionals, investing in training, and staying up to date with the latest threats and response techniques. Our services are flexible and customizable to meet even the most demanding requirements.

 

The service aims to enhance our client's ability to detect and respond to threats in these areas.

  • 24x7 Continuous Monitoring, Detection, Analysis

  • Real-time Incident Response

  • Client-specific rule configuration

  • Detection Engineering

  • Threat Hunting

  • Continual Improvement and DevOps

  • Automation and Playbooks

Our approach covers all aspects including People, Processes and Technology.

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We provide a wide range of specialized consultancy services designed to protect your digital assets. Our comprehensive suite includes strategic consulting, security solution architecture, and cybersecurity technologies to strengthen your defenses against evolving threats.

 

Our team of experienced experts specializes in creating customized security strategies, implementing cutting-edge technologies, and optimizing existing systems to ensure maximum protection.

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​What Sciber proposes to replace this legacy way of working is an iterative process that continuously report vulnerabilities by aligning to a DevOps way of working:​

​The traditional legacy way of working presents various challenges:

  1. The penetration tester spends up to 50% of the time to create the report. A lot can be automated but rarely everything. As a customer, you only get 50% of the value for the time spent on the test, the rest is spent on administration and reporting

  2. A penetration tester rarely has enough time to really understand the application

  3. After the report is received, the penetration tester typically goes away and is not available for later follow-up questions, or you have to pay extra for these

  4. The penetration tester rarely sits together with your development teams to build proactiveness using CI/CD and test cases in different frameworks to find vulnerabilities over time

  5. These forms of tests are typically done once or twice each year, due to compliancy or other factors. Everything and anything that happens in between (customer software releases, updates, etc.) you do not get any testing on. This means that the risk of having vulnerabilities between these periods is often high

  6. By not having a continuous way of searching for vulnerabilities, you risk increasing your technical debt and this often causes issues if a lot of vulnerabilities are found at once

Traditional penetration testing is typically a one-time activity where a tester uses specialized tools to evaluate a specific scope of your environment and identify vulnerabilities over a set period of time. Once the testing is complete, a report is generated that includes findings and recommendations for how to address them. It is then up to the customer to decide whether or not to implement the recommendations. Because the testing is one-time and not ongoing, it is often referred to as a "one-off".

This is visualized in the below flowchart:
 

Continuous Security Testing

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Continuous Security Testing

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