EDR, MEDR, MDR, XDR - How does one begin to make sense of this alphabet soup that attempts to spell "detection and response?" Nirav Shah of Cisco discusses the merits of each of these options, as well as how one can start to make the decision on which is right for one's own organization.
Open, hybrid, closed: When it comes to moving to extended detection and response, the options are varied. Jeffrey Gardner of Rapid7 reviews these options and discusses which questions to ask of potential vendors when making an investment in XDR.
SentinelOne has expanded its detection and response capabilities beyond the endpoint in recent years with the acquisition of data analytics tech developer Scalyr and identity and deception technology vendor Attivo Networks, says Nicholas Warner, president of security.
Every second of downtime after a ransomware attack costs businesses in industries such as retail and e-commerce large sums of cash. Business continuity is therefore vital even before determining whether ransomed data or systems can be recovered, says VMware Security General Manager Kal De.
It's critical to enable companies to not only see what is going on in their IT environments but to also quickly react, and "sheer manpower" is no longer sufficient to respond to the surge of cyberthreats evolving today, says Mike DeCesare, CEO of Exabeam.
XDR is quickly becoming a preferred solution for security teams seeking a coordinated, holistic approach to their security operations.
By empowering teams with limitless ingestion, analysis, and protection across the entire organization, Elastic's Limitless XDR offering unifies data types to improve detection,...
Extended detection and response (XDR) is the evolution of endpoint detection and response (EDR), providing optimized threat detection and response that spans security and business tools. In contrast to legacy SIEM approaches and current security analytics platforms, XDR is grounded in EDR, unifying it with other...
The MITRE Enterprise 2022 Evaluations evaluated 30 endpoint security solutions against simulated attacks by two of the most notorious threat groups - Wizard Spider and Sandworm. Peter Havens of Palo Alto Networks discusses how Cortex XDR fared - and why security leaders should care.
Elastic has been named a Strong Performer in the 2022 Forrester Endpoint Detection and Response Providers Wave.
Elastic Security provides a different approach from other endpoint detection and response (EDR) vendors by combining EDR and SIEM capabilities, substantially reducing customers’ mean time to detect and...
KKR plans to buy Barracuda Networks to support growth in managed detection and response, extended detection and response, and secure access service edge. KKR plans to provide resources and expertise to fuel Barracuda's growth past the $500 million sales figure it hit under Thoma Bravo's ownership.
Four years ago, Palo Alto Network coined the term XDR - extended detection and response. Today, Bruce Hembree, field CTO of Cortex - Palo Alto Networks, discusses the state and promise of XDR adoption, particularly for smaller security teams.
When it comes to advanced threat response, 42% of financial institutions say their current abilities are average. Only 35% say automation currently plays a strong role. Josh Zelonis of Palo Alto Networks and Sid Srivastava of Accenture analyze the State of Security Automation in Financial Services.
To survive in today’s cyber threat landscape, security teams need the right resources paired with the appropriate strategy. Many organizations turn to managed security services (MSS) and managed detection and response (MDR) services, but many of the providers aren’t delivering the outcomes that clients had been...