New Report: 2023 Deepwatch Annual Threat Report

Active Response

Automatic Precision Response

Rapidly stop attacks in their tracks with Deepwatch Active Response.

Why Deepwatch?

Deepwatch Active Response is an advanced service offering that brings together detection sources across your entire security tech stack.


The Expertise to secure the growing attack surface 24/7/365.

automated response

Automated coordinated precision response across endpoint, network and identity.

works with exsisting technology

Leverage existing security investments and best-in-class security tools with no single-vendor lock-in required.


Automate responses at your pace working with our team of experts.

The Power of Deepwatch Active Response

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Reduce MTTR to seconds with the automated rapid response across endpoint, network, and identity

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Ensure consistency and completeness with automated response, using tailored playbooks and existing security tools

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Realize XDR-delivered outcomes at lower TCO compared to product based approaches

How Deepwatch Active Response Works

The Deepwatch SecOps Platform ensures high-fidelity alerting, using a combination of anomaly detection and advanced correlation of security events.

Alerts are then further enriched, contextualized, and processed through Deepwatch Threat Analytics technology, which combines all related alerts pertaining to the risk or threat objects to deliver a complete picture of the threat. The Deepwatch SecOps Platform initiates a response action on the asset or identity that was identified in the initial alert, executing a rapid response across endpoint, network, and identity.

Why Active Response?

Deepwatch Active Response is the answer when traditional detection and response capabilities are not enough. An expanded attack surface increasingly in the cloud expands detection and response challenges. EDR is not enough.

Detection Challenges Response Challenges
Completeness of detection across an expanded attack surface that is increasingly in the cloud. The lack of a consistent response to the given alert type.
Alert overload due to the sheer number of attacks and noise created by more and more technologies. The lag time from detection to response.
Lack of skilled experts. Incomplete response, because response is taken on some, but not all impacted vectors.