Crowe, a Top 10 U.S. accounting, consulting and technology firm, is consistently rated by Forbes and Fortune as one of the best places to work. The firm includes a digital security practice, which enables its many clients to become digitally safer. That effort is bolsters by Crowe’s managed detection and response (MDR) team. When the MDR service was erected, they needed to ensure it was built the right way.
This case study lays out how Crowe got proactive about their security operations with an MDR service that was powered by a security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) platform.
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