Top 5 Use Cases for Intelligence-Driven Extended Detection and Response

<h2>Learn how intelligence-driven XDR can help your organization quickly identify and respond to threats in real-time</h2> <p>The list of security concerns has been magnified by a more dispersed workforce and the need to assess the risks associated with a proliferation of connected devices, the vanishing perimeter, expanding attack surface, and the ever-changing threat landscape.</p> <p><strong>36%</strong> of organizations find collecting, processing, and contextualizing threat intelligence data as their biggest challenge. With intelligence-driven extended detection and response, you are not limited to sifting through unattributed threat data and are able to associate threat indicators, actors, TTPs within frameworks like MITRE ATT&CK from your comprehensive search results.</p> <p>Organizations need XDR to inform all aspects of their security defenses with prioritized intelligence to determine who their adversaries might be and their attack methodologies.</p> <p>This eBook outlines five key use cases needed for XDR to be effective, including:</p> <ul> <li>Pinpoint Relevant Threats</li> <li>Accelerate Threat Hunting</li> <li>Continuous Intel Monitoring</li> <li>Elevate Strategic Intel</li> <li>Predict the Next Attack</li> </ul> <h3>Click to see how Anomali can help extend your detection and response capabilities.</h3>

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