Using Extended Detection and Response to Improve Defense Capabilities
Get expert cybersecurity input as they explore core XDR concepts and the security challenges facing organizations today and where so many fall short. You’ll also learn about the critical role threat intelligence plays in delivering XDR, as well as gain insights into the key factors to consider when evaluating a prospective XDR platform.
Cybersecurity has reached an inflection point. A diverse selection of individually effective security tools and an abundance of available threat intelligence data exist, yet organizations continue to work in silos, making it difficult to correlate events across different components of their security infrastructure.
Extended detection and response (XDR) represents a compelling solution to help security teams break down silos to stop breaches and attackers. With XDR, security teams can quickly determine the scope of an attack and respond based on historical security telemetry and global intelligence about threat actor tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP). XDR can help organizations move from reactive to proactive, reducing both the cost of incident management and the potential damage of a cyberattack.