Orro Managed Detection & Response
Even the best security teams globally need to sleep. And, no matter what training and tools you are able to implement, they can quickly degrade without constant maintenance and uplift.
Retaining skilled security people is hard enough on the best of days, so it’s much harder when you ask them to persevere with aging technology and repetitive activities.
Many organisations struggle with the need to manage leave, training, busy (and quiet) periods in security.
Orro provides flexible service options for managed detection and response that leverage your focused internal expertise and local knowledge with our globally aware intelligence, breadth of expertise and capacity.
Adding an Orro Managed Detection and Response service to your organisation extends the capability of your security team to a well-integrated, fighting fit 24×7 security team, whilst allowing them to provide all-important local context and capability.
Service coverage and inclusions
Security is a global concern and the Internet does not have borders. Whilst Orro’s primary SOCs are based in Australia, our capability is also not limited by geography.
By leveraging our UK team as well as regional and international partners, it enables us to extend services to most locations.
Orro’s MDR service is right-sized to our client needs and includes but is not limited to:
Our service options and models
Every organisation and security team is different. So too is the focus and approach to managing security operations. Whether security controls are internal, outsourced or in the Cloud, Orro has a service model to help you to reduce risk and realise value from your security investments.
Below are some examples:
Use case 1: blended security operations
During normal business hours you have a well resourced and skilled team of operational security personnel. They are experienced and able to handle all but the most sophisticated threats.
After hours (or during extended absences), Orro provides a seamless extension of the team to provide your business stakeholders confidence that security is being monitored and managed and that you can quickly respond to threats around the clock.
Use case 2: evolution to strategy and governance
Your team is highly experienced and focused on enterprise security. You may have an IT operational outsourcer or cloud service provider that is effective at maintaining stable services but they lack security expertise or security services may be a conflict of interest organisationally.
Orro works alongside many service providers to ensure that security and risks are being managed as expected. This separation of duties enables Orro to act as a client security advocate and reduces friction in service relationships.
Use case 3: security as a service
Your team is small, skilled, nimble but lacks deep security expertise and capacity. There is increasing pressure on the team to understand and address security shortcomings and issues but there is no clear place to start.
Orro can provide security as a service, whether answering queries and providing advice and guidance or monitoring all aspects of network and application security, our attention to detail and diligence is supported by state of the art security technologies and processes.
Use case 4: thinking globally
Your team is local and your business is expanding globally. You are keen to apply a single, consistent global approach to security and avoid the cost and complexity of duplicating roles and capabilities.
Orro can integrate security information and utilise a lite deployment model to enable security telemetry and both a local and global view of security. Our services support our clients no matter what the timezone.
Our service features and benefits
Asia/Pacific Context: ‘Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide’ Published: 27 April 2018 ID: G00345198
Analyst(s): Sid Deshpande, Craig Lawson, Rajpreet Kaur
Founded in 1999, [Orro] is a pure-play security company that provides managed security, consulting and assurance services. Its client base is predominantly in Australia today, and it specializes in general-purpose MSS, along with offering consulting services that support customers’ security operations requirements. [Orro] offers management capability for a wide range of network security and threat management functions. It also supports more granular service deliverables than many larger providers by being able to provide out-tasking and overflow support on top of the more standardized MSS SLA-based management and monitoring of security products. [Orro] is able to compete with larger competitors because of its flexible service delivery options and its ability to customize service delivery for a wide range of customer requirements. [Orro] operates out of four locations (Australia [Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney] and London, the U.K.), with two SOCs in Sydney and Melbourne.