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Managed Detection & Response

Outcomes, Not Alerts

React Earlier in the Kill Chain

Open Systems designed a scalable MDR platform that helps detect threats early to limit the damage. It combines human know how, advanced automated threat detection, and the best sensor technology. In addition, a cloud-scale SIEM built on Microsoft Azure Sentinel ensures smooth logfile integration from your existing security controls and other sources of relevant data.

Extend Your Team with Cyber Security Experts

Open Systems world-class threat analysts add the critical human component to complement these technologies. We’ve integrated security to customers’ networks for 30 years. Our security analysts know how identify a threat from a false alarm. These dedicated security analysts provide guidance on mounting the most effective response to incidents based on deep familiarity with each customer’s environment.

What Makes our MDR Special?

SASE Technology Stack Integration

SASE Technology Stack Integration

MDR integrated into the Open Systems SASE solution allows us to detect threats with more accuracy and isolate them faster through our security stack.

The SASE integration contains threats earlier in the kill chain to reduce impact.

Built for Azure Sentinel

Built for Azure Sentinel

By leveraging Microsoft’s Cloud Native, AI-enabled SIEM, we can benefit from its scale, detection capabilities and community advantages.

Fast setup of various security log connectors as well as smooth integration of cloud and user logs.

24x7 DevSecOps Model

24x7 DevSecOps Model

Through our unique DevSecOps model—built on top of 20+ years of operational excellence—we constantly protect your systems and data against advanced threats.

Dedicated Security Analysts—who have intimate knowledge of specific customer IT environments—ensures highest quality and most effective threat response.

Get Only the Alerts that Matter

As a pioneer in extended detection and response, Open Systems refined the cloud native MDR approach over three years serving customers in 182 countries. The Open Systems platform collects data from various tools in the security stack such as endpoint detection, network detection, Firewall, Secure Web Gateway products. It also adds context to this date with inputs from Active Directory, DNS, cloud native applications, and sources.

The MDR platform parses all this data, extracting the security-relevant fields, and then performs analysis on it. Out of this process, the service surfaces what it deems suspicious behavior. Open Systems dedicated analysts then run the suspicious behavior to ground practices.

As a result, customers receive only the alerts that matter including recommended follow-up actions, which represents a huge plus for resource constrained internal security teams. Rather than alert fatigue or your valuable experts chasing false positives, you get positive outcomes— timely detections and incident responses that stop threats in their tracks.

Get Only the Alerts that Matter

Why Open Systems?

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Why Open Systems?
“What I got from my EDR was an alert. What I got from Open Systems was insight from its SOC engineer.”
Rolando Galezzi