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MACD management

MACD is the acronym to move, add, change, or delete services in the enterprise communication network. MACD full form is Move, Add, Change or Delete/Disconnection of services (M, A, C, D). MACD management can be a hassle for service providers as it involves manual provisioning and can cause delays in taking new services to market.... More

Machine learning

Machine learning is a field of study that has transformed how we approach problem-solving and decision-making. It is a subset of artificial intelligence that utilizes algorithms and statistical models to enable computers to learn from data and make informed decisions or accurate predictions without being explicitly programmed.... More


Any code that has been written for the sole purpose of causing harm, violating privacy, or weakening system security is known as malware. It's designed to cause damage to a computer, server, client, or network. Malware varieties range from computer viruses, worms, Trojan horses, ransomware, spyware, adware, rogue software, and scareware. Antivirus software, firewalls, and other cybersecurity strategies can be... More

Managed Detection and Response

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) uses cutting-edge technology and expert human analysis to detect and respond to cyber threats in real time.... More

Managed intelligence

Managed intelligence helps enterprise IT teams address in-house skill gaps by plugging into professional expertise to avoid downtime, destabilization of operations, and potential loss of revenue. Dwindling IT budgets and lack of highly skilled talent are leading businesses towards managed intelligence for access to insights, context, and actionable remediation to enable seamless digital IT operations.... More

Managed security service (MSS)

Managed security service is one of the most common approaches taken by organizations to manage their security needs. The services can be outsourced to specialized companies like Netenrich to oversee the company’s network and infrastructure or it can be handled in-house by a dedicated team as well. MSS teams carry out round-the-clock monitoring of firewalls, intrusion detection, manage patch management and updates,... More


MDR (Managed Detection and Response) is intended to help organizations that require full or partial security operations monitoring and management.... More

Mean time to detect (MTTD)

Mean time to detect (MTTD), which is the average time it takes for a system or organization to detect a cyber incident or anomaly, is an important indicator of how quickly and effectively that organization will be able to respond to, contain, and mitigate issues or breaches.... More

Mean time to resolve (MTTR)

Mean time to resolve (MTTR) is the average time it takes to resolve a cyber incident.... More

MITRE ATT&CK Framework

MITRE ATT&CK framework is a curated knowledge base of known adversary tactics and techniques. The data is pulled from publicly available cyber threat intelligence and incident reporting sources as well as research contributed by security analysts.... More

MSP transformation

Managed service provider (MSP) transformation refers to Netenrich’s partner solutions which help service providers optimize their service operations for growth and scale. Evolving customer requirements and complex environments have led to service providers facing challenges with maintaining a healthy margin from recurring managed services. MSP transformation addresses these challenges by helping partners reduce costs and deliver value to customers.... More


A managed security service provider (MSSP) is a third-party company that specializes in managing and monitoring an organization’s security systems and processes. They offer a range of services, such as firewall management, intrusion detection and prevention, antivirus and malware protection, vulnerability scanning, and more.... More


Multi-tenancy is a software architecture that allows multiple tenants or users to share the same computing resources, while keeping their data completely isolated from each other. Imagine a large apartment building with multiple units, where each unit is occupied by a different tenant.... More

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