Declare war on cybercriminals with human-driven managed detection and response
Huntress is an MDR platform that actively pursues even the most stubborn and embedded persistent threats, and puts some of the sharpest technical minds in your security driving seat.
Huntress cloud automatically analyses data to root out potential hidden threats and persistence mechanisms that are hiding in the shadows.
A human ThreatOps team actively investigates any new potential threats uncovered by the software, exploring each vulnerability in detail.
Custom incident reports are created and sent to the customer for every vulnerability found, providing information about the threat and simple removal steps.
Managed detection and response
Rather than being a preventative measure, MDR gives you a plan of action to detect and remove threats like these after they’ve already taken hold.
MDR isn’t just another automated tool – human security engineers are tasked with one-to-one threat analysis and remediation. With this added human touch, MDR becomes much more than just another cyber security solution.Book a Consultation
How Huntress works
Every malicious find is investigated by a real-life security expert who provides a custom incident report and a fully tailored threat removal guide. You can also monitor your organisation’s incidents and investigations through Huntress’s easy to use cloud dashboard.
The super light-touch software agent often commands less than 1% of processing power, and it’s available for less than 10p per day, per device.
Further Huntress information
Active threat hunting
To protect our clients from ever evolving threats, we offer a managed detection and response (MDR) solution as part of our security service.Download our guide
Hunt or be hunted
Small businesses can no longer fly under the radar of cybercriminals. In fact you’re being directly targeted because you’re less protected and more vulnerable.Download our guide
Enhance your security
In the fight against cybercriminals anti-virus tools are no longer enough. As hackers develop new methods, SMB’s need to adopt a more integrated approach to security.Download our guide