Age of XDR
XDR – What is it?
Our industry loves acronyms and the one under a spotlight at the moment is XDR; it’s been on Gartner’s list of top 10 trends since 2020 and now in 2022 its demanded that CISOs should understand this trend and be implementing XDR as security initiative.
But what is it? XDR stands for Extended Detection and Response and the primary goal of XDR is to increase detection accuracy to improve operational efficiency and productivity. It’s a solution that combines alerts on email, end point, cloud and network into a singular manageable incident.
But how does this affect you? What can you gain from considering an XDR solution on your portfolio?
Join us, our vendors and some amazing guest speakers in:
And find out more about:
- XDR – what is it and how does it work?
- The alliance
- Our XDR Vendors and the opportunity they bring
- Why is XDR relevant to you
- How can you maximise margin and upsell opportunities by using XDR
- How to spot an XDR opportunity
Sat in the first defence front end of our solution in the data collecting hub of the alliance is Sentinel One. Detecting threats on end point and servers. No missed detections with 100% visibility over these devices.
Joining Sentinel One in the data collecting hub is ExtraHop, utilising full visibility to detect more of what could be hiding and looks at SaaS and cloud apps not approved by company – it’ll find hidden threats you didn’t know were there.
Another collector of telemetry data in the front end is Netskope, offering full control over cloud services and what users are doing in cloud platforms.
Providing full context behind these alerts is Exabeam, what happened before, after? What is the connection? The target and where did they originate? Exabeam will help you to make sense and automate responses.