Making the move to XDR: why siloed detection and response no longer cuts it (4/5)
Today, many organizations rely on a collection of disparate security tools to identify and mitigate threats. These siloed security implementations are inherently inefficient and ineffective. Detecting, isolating and remediating security incidents is resource-intensive, time- consuming and error-prone, and involves multiple platforms and administrative interfaces.
To make matters worse, today’s sophisticated threat actors know where to look for gaps in security silos. They can slip between defenses and move laterally across the network, flying under the radar for extended periods of time, lying in wait and gathering reconnaissance data for future attacks.
Businesses looking to enhance their endpoint security game want access to more telemetry from the wide set of security solutions in which they have already invested — without adding more complexity to their security stack. One of the primary roles extended detection
and response (XDR) plays is easily connecting the dots among siloed security solutions, extending visibility and detection and ultimately speeding up response and protection across the infrastructure.
Make sure you join this session to learn more about XDR and how to gain maximum benefit from it.
Session highlights include:
● How XDR works: Building on an EDR foundation
● Distinguishing XDR from EDR and MDR
● Finding the right XDR solution
● Taking the next step