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The 2022 Guide to XDR


The job of a cybersecurity professional has never been easy, but the events of the past two years have tested the defenders’ resolve in new ways. A recent survey of IT and cybersecurity professionals revealed that 61% of organizations do not have enough cybersecurity staff, skills, or context, and 55% of organizations spend too much manual effort to investigate, remediate, or correlate data from siloed cybersecurity tools. This is a problem.

With increasing cybersecurity costs and cyber risk, security teams are stretched thinner than ever before. Organizations that want to mitigate significant financial risk must be able to contain malicious activities within their environment in far less time, and do so consistently. Therefore, it’s essential to maintain highly effective 24/7 cyber threat detection, investigation, and response capabilities.

Growing numbers of organizations are looking to Managed Detection and Response (MDR) providers offering outsourced cybersecurity services to help them meet this need. However, in order for MDR to be highly effective, it must have a solid technological foundation in place to enhance its operational effectiveness and remediate threats at speed. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) is that technological foundation.

Join eSentire’s Dustin Hillard, Chief Technology Officer, Mark MacDonald, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, and Holger Schulze, CEO and Founder of Cybersecurity Insiders, as they explore the XDR landscape and review:

  • Results of the Inaugural 2022 Cybersecurity Insiders XDR Survey
  • The biggest cybersecurity challenges that are driving companies to consider XDR solutions
  • The top XDR features and benefits decision makers identified in the survey
  • XDR service provider considerations and XDR as a foundational platform for effective MDR


  • Dustin Hillard, Chief Technology Officer, eSentire
  • Mark MacDonald, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, eSentire
  • Holger Schulze, CEO and Founder, Cybersecurity Insiders

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