Implementing XDR to Detect Threats and Attackers | Featuring Jon Oltsik of ESG
Adapting to Today’s Cybersecurity Challenges
Cybersecurity professionals face a growing list of challenges that have become universal for all cyber decision-makers. There are many key issues around adding new solutions and properly integrating them, handling digital transformation and the ever-growing attack surface, the skills gap, lack of sharing, framework utilization, and obtaining the right intel to name a few.
So, where does extended detection and response (XDR) fit in? And what other best practices should security professionals be utilizing? ESG Senior Principal Analyst and ESG Fellow, Jon Oltsik discussed how XDR can help you bring controls together to improve security telemetry collection, correlation, contextualization, and analytics. He’ll also spoke to the operational side of XDR to help coordinate response and remediation across multiple controls simultaneously.
Mark Alba, Anomali, Chief Product Officer, talked about how intelligence-driven extended detection and response can help you:
- Pinpoint relevant threats
- Accelerate threat hunting
- Continuously monitor intel
- Elevate strategic intelligence
- Predict the next attack
The Anomali Platform takes security from intelligence to detection in seconds, providing intelligence-driven extended detection and response in real-time by automatically correlating ALL security telemetry against active threat intelligence to stop breaches and attackers.
Listen to Jon Oltsik of ESG and Mark Alba of Anomali as they explore the top challenges most of you are facing. They'll share how you can adapt to the current challenges and the role XDR plays in your cyber resilient strategy.
Mark Alba, Chief Product Officer, Anomali
Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst and ESG Fellow, ESG
Joe Ariganello, Vice President Product Marketing, Anomali