Identity and access management

Expel Leads in 2024 MarketScape for Worldwide Emerging MDR Services

Leading MDR provider lauded for AI-driven approach, transparency, and rapid alert triage, befitting organizations of any size or security maturity

Expel, the leading managed detection and response (MDR) provider, today announced that IDC named the company a Leader in the 2024 IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Emerging Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services. IDC recognized Expel for its commitment to delivering comprehensive security solutions, fueled by its purpose-built security operations platform, Expel Workbench™. IDC also called Expel’s AI-based automated enrichment, correlation, and investigative activities—integrated within Workbench—a strength, and urges organizations of all sizes, with or without established SOC operations, to consider Expel MDR when looking to outsource threat management.

“We’re on the cutting edge of MDR because we strike the right balance of automation and human expertise, delivering usually unheard of positive outcomes—like our sub-23-minute MTTR [mean-time-to-respond],” said Dave Merkel, CEO and co-founder, Expel. “Our unique approach provides customers with 100% transparency in our security operations, offering them the ability to follow along with every step of the investigation as a true security partner for customers. Recognition as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape further fortifies our commitment to pioneering an approach to MDR that’s unmatched in customer value.”

The report, designed to provide a clear framework to meaningfully evaluate MDR providers in the market, commends the automation at the core of Expel’s MDR services, which enables rapid alert enrichment, triage, and auto-responses. Expel’s multilayered automation (including Tier 1 SOC automation with Ruxie™, Expel’s AI SOC analyst), also ensures efficient processing and incident response—providing essential context and helping analysts make the best decisions, fast.

With 120+ native integrations, Expel’s coverage spans an extreme breadth and depth of environments, such as: endpoint detection and response (EDR), identity and access management (IAM) tools, cloud control plane, cloud workloads (including Kubernetes), SaaS apps, on-prem, and more.

The full report includes more product and service offerings, capabilities and strategies, and current and future success factors for suppliers in the market. To download the IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Emerging MDR 2024 Vendor Assessment, visit:

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