Threat detection and response solutions

Managing security threats is a 24/7 job. Get always-on protection that can help you quickly identify security incidents and help limit their impact.


Expert detection

Our security experts provide around-the-clock threat detection that can help protect your organization.


Always-on, dynamic services evolve to help keep up with the latest threats, so you don’t have to.

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Scale your security program with flexible services and license options.

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Network Detection and Response (NDR)

Achieve visibility into network packet data with a cloud-delivered platform.

Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

Help close security gaps with 24/7 cybersecurity expertise.

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Verizon Managed Detection and Response Overview

Advanced detection technologies combined with human expertise in a single solution helps identify major security incidents and send alerts to enable quick responses.


Threat detection and response is a service that combines human expertise in threat hunting, system monitoring and limited incident response with advanced security technologies and processes to help quickly identify threats and limit their impact.

Managed detection and response services are offered by third-party providers such as Verizon and delivered remotely or via the cloud. They can include components such as 24/7 monitoring of devices, systems and applications and the detection and management of security incidents.

As an MSSP, Verizon offers a broad range of managed security services that can help take your security strategy to the next level:

  • Security support including Verizon’s experienced security operations center (SOC) team to proactively search for attack patterns and malicious activity
  • Cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) analytics of log-data sources, threat intelligence data and historical data stored in the cloud
  • Integration of our MDR services with endpoint detection and response (EDR), NDR and deception technologies 
  • Threat hunting, detection, prioritization and accelerated response with advanced forensics

Verizon’s MDR service is a 24/7, end-to-end managed security that combines human expertise, proven processes and advanced technologies into a single service. Our MDR utilizes a team of security analysts, client security engineers, security service advisors, threat hunters and content library curators who work together using advanced security technologies to detect threats and limit their impact. Tools include a global repository of ever-growing threat intelligence, security information and event management (SIEM) technologies, machine learning, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), threat hunting capabilities, and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR). Learn more.

Verizon’s NDR helps unify network threat detection and provides full-packet forensics and integrated response as a managed service with near real-time and retrospective detection and visualization. This service captures, optimizes and stores network traffic from multiple infrastructures in a single cloud haystack. An intuitive, immersive interface enables you to analyze massive amounts of data and proactively hunt and take action on security events and observations. NDR can deploy rapidly without the cost and complexity of hardware, providing you with visibility and control via complete context from network to endpoint, filtering data to prioritize threats and reduce noise. Learn more.

Threat hunting identifies incidents that are not based on automatic detections or that are impossible to detect via policies. It includes: 

  • Attack pattern searches across historic data
  • New attack-method research versus anomalies threats would generate
  • Indicator searches across environment
  • Use of information and context from Verizon data warehouse


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