What is the difference between RDR and RDS?
F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) and F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response Service (RDS) are both detection and response services concerned with addressing advanced and targeted cyber attacks in a rapidly evolving threat landscape.
One of the main differences between the services is in the delivery. RDR is a 100% partner driven detection and response service with the incident response time based on the customer's own or the local partner's Service Level Agreement (SLA). RDS, on the other hand, is a 365/24/7 service powered by F-Secure's cyber security experts with a post-compromise response time of 30 minutes.
F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) provides partners with the opportunity to handle the incident management and response aspect of the service themselves after undergoing training provided by F-Secure. All RDR service providers are always backed by the latest threat intelligence gathered by F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response Service (RDS). With the detection and response activities managed by certified service providers, customers can focus on their business and rely on expert guidance whenever under attack.